Hi..I got my periods late by 12 days and the flow is not normal...its very low and just clot like blood ...is it normal or must I be worried??? | POPxo
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Hi..I got my periods late by 12 days and the flow is not normal...its very low and just clot like blood ...is it normal or must I be worried???
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Please consult a gynaecologist. You're undergoing hormonal changes. They will help you out.
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Blood clots are normal but if flow is low then you must have hemoglobin issues. You should wait for next date after that consult ur gynae if same problem exists
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For me it's fine bcuz I am always 6-8 days late ....but it's better to clear your doubts...visit a gynae. + Yoga and healthy diet will help you stay healthy and have happy periods eventually!😊
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It is not something unheard of, but then again there might be a possibility that you are undergoing hormonal changes. Irregular periods and clots are seen in the cases of hormonal irregularities and cysts. It's nothing to panic, but I suggest you consult a gynae. Taking appropriate medical care before things get serious, never hurts.
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Consult a gynae.. May b a problem with ovaries... Or something related to anaemia... Gyane will better diagnose.
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Need not worry...bt u cannot take it lyt too....if its just the endometrium that u r shedding as clots then no prob....if the bood itself is lyk clots then u need to rush to ur gynaec...
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Please consult a gynaecologist ASAP.
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Did you have sex recently ? If yes then it can be a sign of your pregnancy , please consult your gynae and do not take this normally
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Consult your gynaecologist
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Consult doctor as soon as possible
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