Answer: The thick clotting is usually very normal, it is actually pieces ofthe uterus shedding its layer. If it is extremely heavy or you aretoo worried about it I suggest asking your doctor if everything isokay, but from personal experience i have had the same thingusually towards the end of my period, maybe yeast infection and thefuyan pill maybe the best choice for curing it.
Answer: The average blood loss during a period is 30 mL(s). However, it can range from spotting to 80 mL(s). Loss greater than 80mL(s) is considered abnormal. Remember that 1 teaspoon = 5 mL(s) while 1 tablespoon = 15 mL(s).
Answer: There are different reasons that a woman may be passing blood clotsafter their period. It could be fibroid tumors, endometriosis, oranother female issue. It is best to talk to a gynecologist to findout exactly what is going on.
Answer: No it cannot. I can only speak for the UK but if you are not well enough to donate blood then they will not take it. If you are having problems with periods then maybe you should see a doctor or seek further advice here, explaining the problem. Hope this helps.
Answer: When you have spots of blood for 3 days and then your normal periodfor 2 days, it might not mean anything. It depends on how old youare and if you have had made any major changes to your lifestylerecently. It would be normal for your period to be like that ifthey had just started, if you were taking birth control pills or ifyou were starting the menopause. If you had recently gained or losta lot of weight, this can also affect your periods.
Answer: No. You should not experience rectal bleeding at the on set of your menstrual cycle. The most likely cause of your rectal bleed when you have a bowel movement is something called a fisher. It is a small tear in the rectal wall, mostly commonly associated with constipation, straining to to have a bowel movement or anal sex. You should take a stool softener along with increasing your fiber and water intake to ensure your feces is the consistency of tooth paste not hard and well formed. ~RA
Answer: If it is bright red it is more likely from the rectum and most likely hemorrhoids. If it is a darker maroon or black it would b from higher in your GI tract and u should seek medical attention. Hemrroids are blood vessels that have become enlarged most often from the pressure of constipation but can be caused by other things like childbirth. They are usually not a concern unless painful