I would go see your doctor to get checked out,spotting can be normal but clots are not..it could very well be nothing but definetly worth getting checked out just to be on the safe side
I was always told that I'd the blood is dark then it is older and you don't need to worry, also if there isn't any cramping. I started shooting off and on at about 9wks too got about a week or so but I don't recall having a cliff liking thing. For that though I would say the same thing, as long as it's dark I'd probably just old. If your still worried though definitely call your doctor. Hooper this helped. :)
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To CanderDee and lurooney thanks alot. Having someone else opinions really matters alit.
I miscarried my last baby. It started with cramping and light bleeding. (Not dark in color) see your doctor asap just to make sure nothing is going on.
Rwandanaiter thanks alot. I am not cramping at all. The bleeding is what bother me. I had one last year and I was in so much pain. I don't feel like that at all. I feel really good. I pray everything is well. Thanks again
I would get checked out clots are not normal to pass during pregnancy plus not all miscarriages have a lot of bright blood or pain when I miscarried I was having brown spotting and no pain it's always better to be safe than sorry and get checked out in my case the only time I had any spotting or bleeding I was miscarring so it's not normal all the time no matter how early in pregnancy you are
To Tavi12 thanks alot!!!!! Going to Dr. Praying all is well
I had that around week 7 lasted a week. Was spotting only when going pee a couple times a day and passed a few clots. (I had bags and grabbed the clots to look as sick as it may sound) I went in for 2 u/s while it happened and shortly after it was done. It showed I had a hemorrage that covered 30% of the sac then 2nd one showed it got bigger to 40%. They told me not to scare you threatened miscarriage but from my research it's more common then people think and can be re absorbed into your body by week 20. I am now 21 week and had my u/s last week and it's practically gone and showing a very active healthy baby boy. Go to your dr and request and u/s. No cramping can be a good sign!