Late Menstruation And Blood Clotting Out?
Hello, I’m already 1 month late, the next month a blood clot comes out like frozen blood that is dark red, then the following days blood comes out but it’s not like blood during menstruation, and I haven’t done a pregnancy test, how is that aayay pregnant or a miscarriage , thank you HealthReplies.com
Hello, Thank you for the question.
To determine whether this is caused by menstruation or miscarriage, further examination by an obstetrician is required. Menstruation is indeed one of the signs of pregnancy but uncertain signs of pregnancy because this condition can be caused by other things such as excessive physical activity, high psychological stress, drastic weight changes, strict diet, eating disorders (such as anorexia), thyroid hormone disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome.
Another sign of early pregnancy is implantation bleeding, which is bleeding that occurs when the results of fertilization attach to the uterine wall. The characteristics of implantation bleeding are usually a small amount of blood, vague colored blood, of short duration. The presence of blood clots is not a sign of implantation bleeding. When a woman experiences menstruation, the body will produce anticoagulant substances, which are substances that work to prevent blood clots so that menstrual blood can be smoothly released by the body. If enough menstrual blood, anticoagulant substances can not compensate for the amount of blood that comes out so that blood clots will be found, usually this happens during the first days of menstruation when the blood comes out quite a lot. However, blood clots that come out may also be caused by fertilization tissue that comes out during a miscarriage; usually if this is caused by a miscarriage you will also experience stomach cramps.
You should consult directly with an obstetrician. Your doctor will ask further about your health condition and your menstrual cycle. Doctors also generally will do a cervical examination and ultrasound to determine the cause.
Please do the following suggestions to facilitate your menstruation:
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods, avoid strict diets keep your body weight ideal for regular exercise but avoid heavy physical activity manage stress well Hopefully this information is useful.