Menstruation Accompanied By Blood Clots?
On my second day of menstruation suddenly came out a thick red lump of dense as big as a thumb, and when approached it did not break like blood .. what was it for? Do I have a particular disorder or disease? This is the first time I’ve experienced it
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clear, before menstruation, have you ever had sex? Are these concentrated blood clots accompanied by severe abdominal pain, unpleasant odors, heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, and other more severe complaints?
Menstrual blood is not always watery, but it can also clot to become denser and still be said to be normal. Menstrual blood clots can occur when there is menstrual blood that does not immediately come out, so clot. As long as there are no other complaints that accompany it (as mentioned above), often this condition is not dangerous.
However, if this blood clot appears accompanied by severe abdominal pain, and you have had unprotected sexual intercourse before menstruation, then it could be that the clot came from dead fetal tissue. It could also, blood clots appear associated with side effects of KB, endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, malignancy, and several other types of diseases.
It's best if you don't panic. Try to get more rest, drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day (especially water), avoid excessive sex during menstruation, don't over-think, eat more vegetables and fruits, don't smoke, and exercise regularly. In this way, frequent menstruation will come out more smoothly, and no longer clot. However, if your complaint is very often recurred or appears accompanied by other complaints that are more severe, do not hesitate to check it directly to the doctor or the nearest obstetrician huh ..
I hope this helps.