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Longer periods, large and thick blood clots with discolored pale color. What does this mean?

I ve been on my period for a while now, but suddenly the flow is much faster, and I m having regular blood clotting of a regular color but then I have blood clots that are larger and they are a discolored pale color, not clear, just not brown or red. The thickness of these type blood clots are VERY thick and with the toilet paper, it s more difficult to tear the blood clot a part while normal ones are easily smashed Not too sure what this could mean.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
The clots of menstrual blood depend upon the shading of endometrial bits in it.
Due to hormonal surge & withdrawal endometrial preparation becomes thick & thin.
So nothing to worry for it.
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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