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So today I turned 9 weeks and at church when!i went to the bathroom I started bleeding. My blood was like a dark red and 3-4 hrs later went by and I was at my cousins and went to the bathroom and peed out a blood clot. I read that there is implantation bleeding and as that there is people who have bled blood clots. Any ideas? My 11st ultrasound is on Oct. 4th.
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If your vleeding you should go straight the er and get checked out because bleeding in the first trimester isnt always implantion its also a sign of miscarriage and since you have clots thats not good
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I had implantation bleeding and it was there when I wiped once then gone and no more. When I had my miscarriage I bleed heavily for hours and it was large clots. I would ring your doctor and get an ultrasound scheduled. And I till then sit down and don't do anything strenuous.
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Clots aren't usually a good sign.
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You should always go.to the er when you see heavy red blood
That isn't normal.
And the clots make the situation seem even worse.
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Thanks for the information everyone. I had a doctor appointment this morning and everything was fine. My pregnancy test was still positive and my HCG levels were higher than 2 weeks ago.
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Just in case it helps anyone else following this thread, here's some advice from the MedHelp website and our I'm Expecting app on bleeding and spotting, as well as when to call the doctor.


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