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Late period w/ strong cramps and grey clots for an hour then stopped?
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jlcobetto1 posted:
I have always had normal periods every 29 days. But this month my period was 10 days late. I took 3 pregnancy tests and they were all negative. I finally started my period last night but I had horrible cramps. I could barely walk and was very nauseas, they only lasted about an hour. Then about an hour later I started to bleed but it was bright red and there was grey tissue coming out. Now its the next morning and the bleeding has stopped and only had a small bit of tissue come out, plus all the cramping is still gone. Has anyone been through this? I know miscarriages are supposed to cause a lot of bleeding but this doesn't look at all like my normal period either.
I talked to a nurse and she said unless I pass more clots or have bad cramps again to just wait it out. I'm just confused and can't find anything online about this unless there is excessive bleeding.
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Soccer responded:
Every miscarriage is diffrent. Also you can have bleeding while your pregnant and you will get cramps. I took 5 home test and stopped cause I thought I was having a period. But when my period was supppose to come I was cramping the whole day and next day I went in and found out I was pregnant. So really every body is diffrent on pregnancy and misscarriages.


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