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    A blood clot inside a mucous?
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    emcee88 posted:
    For the past week and a half, I have been thinking that I am pregnant. I've been really tired, my cravings have been crazy, and I've been having some clear/whitish discharge. This morning in particular when I was wipig myself, I had more more discharge than normal, and on the 3rd or 4th wipe, a thick, mucous-y looking thing the size of a quarter plopped onto my tissue. The weird thing is it had something resembling a blood clot right in the center of it. I'm worried that it might have been the zygote failing to stick to my uterus. But I have no bleeding whatsoever. Please help me identify what that could have been! Thank you
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