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Trying to conceive, second cycle of clomid, bleeding with big white clots. Is it miscarriage?

Hi, This is my second cycle of clomid 50 mg and Trying to Conceive I noticed very light spotting. It was not red. Yesterday, that spotting progressed into bleeding . This morning, the bleeding came along with big size white clot. I can t figure out why the clots are so large. It seems to be blood clots mixed with some sort of clear-white tissue ... not normal for me. Am I having a miscarriage? I don t know what is happening to me and I m really upset.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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As you say spotting,bleeding than blood clots(large) probability you have had miscarriage.
You should consult with your gyn and do an ultrasound to see if the miscarriage
have finished and you do not need to make D&A.

Take care of your self because you may be pregnant another times
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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