Is Menstruation That Does Not Come Out Blood Clots Still Normal?
This month I was late for my period, then when menstruation there is no blood clots is that still normal?
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Not all women who menstruate will bleed. Whether or not clotted menstrual blood can be purely influenced by activity, fluid intake, and hormonal conditions in your body, so it does not typically reflect a particular disease. Therefore, the absence of blood clots during menstruation is not a condition to worry about. As long as your periods occur on the proper schedule (the cycle ranges from 21 to 35 days), the duration is normal (between 2 to 8 days), and the blood that comes out is normal (between 30 to 40 cc per cycle), then your condition may still be reasonable and no need to get special handling.
You should be vigilant if your unusual menstrual bleeding appears accompanied by an abnormal cycle, duration, or volume of bleeding. If this is the case, the cause could be related to hormonal disorders, or certain diseases, such as endometriosis, bleeding disorders, ovarian cysts, and so on. You can check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician if you find this condition to be treated further according to the cause.
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