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Cramps, had blood clot discharge. Sexually active. Was that a miscarriage?

I have a serious question and im not sure if I should be worried or not. me and my boyfriend are sexual active and i started my period a couple days ago, nothing unusual because it started on the day it does every month, but this time ive cramped and had abdominal pains more then usual. this morning when i went to the restroom a noticed a big blood clot following with a chunk of a fatty looking object. im not sure if thats just left over stuff from where i had a baby 6 months ago or if its an early miscarriage????? please help me. i am also on birth control if that helps the question
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Not to worry as you got your period on time less likely that you were pregnant and underwent miscarriage. Nor can it be the left over of previous baby. It might be just hormonal imbalance and gence more bleeding with clots this time which is giving you the pains. Just take pain killers and you will be fine. Take care don't worry.
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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