i understand that passing blood clots during menstruation is relatively normal however i passed a clot so large it woke me from a sound sleep. It was great than 2 inches in size. Is this normal? Please advise.
I used to always have big clots during my period and would pretty much sit in the bathtub because I bled so much. One day I went to the ER for it. They took my bloowork and came back and said my thyroid messed up and that I had hypothyroidism. Since I have been taking my thyroid medicine, my bleeding has slowed immensely. So you might want to ask about that.
I'm on my period now too and I am clotting big clumps almost black in colour about 3 inches and round and they sink to the bottom of the toilet, its gross but I'm wandering too if this is normal or not , I also have a fibroid tumor and I am wandering if I should get checked out and get more tests done?, does this mean my tumor is getting bigger?, anyone know?, Iv also been heavy for 4 days now . Any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks nicole
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