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Is a Tiny bubble in blood clot sign of miscarriage?

This morning I noticed a tiny clear bubble in a blood clot is that a miscarriage? I should have gotten my period on the 29th that morning I had brownish discharge mixed in with thick white discharge but no bleeding until that night and than it was only one or 2 spots of pink blood, light bleeding all day the next day, than today it got heavier, passed a big clot, than the small clot with the bubble followed by a bigger clot now the bleeding isnt as heavy.
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According to WebMD, signs and symptoms of a miscarriage include spotting, vaginal bleeding that progresses from light to heavy, cramps, abdominal or back pain, fever, weakness, and/or vomiting. If you are concerned about miscarriage, you should see your OB-GYN, who can order lab tests (e.g., beta-hCG) and/or imaging tests (e.g., obstetrical ultrasound).

Source: https://www.webmd.com/baby/learn-the-signs-of-miscarriage
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Gosh, it is hard to say.  It could just be a strange period or it could be a really early miscarriage called a chemical miscarriage.  Were you trying or anything?  You 'could' go to your ob/gyn and they could do a hormone check on you.  You'd still have HCG in your system potentially unless it is so early that it would be such a slight amount it wouldn't register.  Did you ever get a positive pregnancy test or anything or is it the blood clot that has you thinking it could be a miscarriage?
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We wasn't really trying but wasn't doing anything to stop it either. I haven't tested yet because I was waiting to see if my period showed up. I normally have blood clots every month but I never noticed any that had a bubble. It looked like a small air bubble but it wasn't air
Honestly, I kind of doubt the bubble was anything. But who knows. Unfortunately, since your period was due at the same time, you may never know.  Do you temperature take?  I did this and it was a good source of information. You take your temp every morning before you get out of bed. I used just a cheap digital thermometer and I recorded the temp.  What you will notice is that you have a stable temp and then midway through your cycle it raises 1 degree.  This is when you ovulate.  And the temp stays at that higher temp until right before your period starts .. .  unless you get pregnant.  Two times my temp didn't;' drop, both times I was pregnant.  

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