Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. You typically know your period has begun when you see a little, or a lot, of blood in your underwear. At some points during menstruation you may notice clumps or chunks of blood on your collection methods or in your underwear. Well, what are they? The shedding of your uterine lining your endometrium will typically have a varying flow volume that gradually, or suddenly, increases.
Blood Clots During Your Period
What Do Period Clots Mean?
I am currently on my period and this morning I had a lump of jelly-like blood of considerable size about two inches long by about half an inch wide excrete itself with a lot of blood. This happened two months ago and both cycles were late, but the period in the middle was almost non-existent. I am not on the Pill and have been off it now for a good year. Occasionally I get a sharp pain in my right ovary during the mid-cycle. I just wanted to know why this might happen and what I can do about it.
Is It Normal for Period Blood to Come Out in Clumps?
Blood clots in your period flow can be very normal and simply a natural part of your menstruation. Many women pass period clots at some point during their menstrual lifetime. It is usually nothing to worry about and can be managed by using the right menstrual hygiene product that suits your flow. During menstruation, the thick lining of your uterus womb breaks away.