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Bleeding and blood clots from vagina and miscarriage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi. I took a pregnancy test 3 weeks ago and had a faint positive. and a 2 week missed period. I was cramping 2 weeks ago a went to the hospital and was told I wasn't pregnant. I Yesterday I was bleeding and some tissue and blood came out of my vagina while I was peeing do you think I miscarried
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This cannot be miscarriage
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Miscarriage happens only after pregnancy is confirmed
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Since the hospital confirmed that the pregnancy has not happnd
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It cannot be pregnancy
User :   The only thing is that what came out of my vagina was a clump of mucousy tissue and blood with a string like line connected to it.
User :   What could it be
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It could be a period
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with normal clots
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