Hi, I'm hoping someone can help me with this! I am 35 years old, and hubs & I have been trying to conceive for 3 years with 2 miscarriage 2 years ago in week 9. I have a regular menstruation cycle of 28 days. We had intercourse this month when I ovulated. My period is not due for another 7 days. However, this morning, when I urinated, there was a blood clot approx. the size of a quarter (maybe a little larger) in the commode. There is no other bleeding. Should I be concerned?
The bleeding could theoretically be implantation bleeding. It could also be a sign of the period starting early. If you were my patient, I would recommend taking a pregnancy test now, and then again if the period is late or unusual in any way.
If you are not pregnant in this cycle, I would encourage you to see a reproductive endocrinolgist soon. After 35 it doesn't get easier!
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