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Delayed periods, vaginal spotting, very heavy vaginal bleeding with fleshy clots. History of PCOS. Miscarriage symptoms?

HI....I was about 4 days late on my monthly period. i then spotted an the first 2 days and then very heavy bleeding with small flesh like clots. I have polcystic ovarian syndrome so i am used to pain and heavy bleeding. I also feel big clots leaking in the loo. Could i have had a miscarrige in the very early stages? maybe 2 to 3 weeks? I am still bleeding small clot like flesh. I don t usually bleed this type of clots monthly?
Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Hello,
thanks for using health care magic.
Bleeding in clots is not normal and like all abnormal bleeding,
causes may range from very mild to severe and life threatening conditions.
Ii will be advisable to meet a doctor for an evaluation and lab exams such as
pregnancy test, hemoglobin level and an ultrasound.
Best regards and hope this helps you.
Dr. Achuo
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Delayed periods, vaginal spotting, very heavy vaginal bleeding with fleshy clots. History of PCOS. Miscarriage symptoms?

Hello, thanks for using health care magic. Bleeding in clots is not normal and like all abnormal bleeding, causes may range from very mild to severe and life threatening conditions. Ii will be advisable to meet a doctor for an evaluation and lab exams such as pregnancy test, hemoglobin level and an ultrasound. Best regards and hope this helps you. Dr. Achuo