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Early pregnancy, had spotting followed by passage of heavy clots. Loss of pregnancy?

hi my daughter is 6-7 weeks pregnant. saturday she started spotting it stopped on Sunday but after an active day monday it started again on Tuesday with clothing has not been heavy but tonite she said she passed a large clot she has not had a dr appt yet and has been resting since Tuesday when the spotting resumed. she described it as stronger a short time ago and is concerned she is losing the pregnancy. she 31 and has one child already
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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History noted. Bleeding can be normal in the early weeks in few people. The clot she has passed is a sign for her to be examined by an ultrasound, which confirms whether it is just a bleeding or has she passed out the products of conception. If its just bleeding get consulted with the gynecologist for treatment since the volume is more than the spotting. If it is pregnancy loss let her be given the medications for evacuation of the remnants. What ever may be the outcome, Kindly subject her for an ultrasound examination at the earliest.
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Answered: Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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