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Posted by kandie (Member # 7542) on :
 
I posted a few days ago..asking if having my oeriod all of a sudden was a bad thing. I tink that im having a miscarrige thou...I seen the fetisd in the toliet and i have been bleeding non stop for 3 day now...can you have your period while you are pregnant? I'm mean am i right or is this some real heavy stuff??? plz help me I'm scared...
kandie
 
Posted by Heather (Member # 3) on :
 
It is highly doubtful there is a fetus in your toilet which you can idnetify as such. Embryos are not identifiable visually in that way until rather late in a pregnancy. What you likely saw was simply a blood clot, which is normal and common during menses.

If you have been bleeding nonstop for three days and have reason to believe this CANNOT be your regular period, you need to see your doctor, especially if you feel you may have been pregnant (while I sincerely dount you saw what you stated in your toilet, heavy bleeding when a period is not expected, especially if you have missed it for some months, could be a miscarriage if pregnancy was a possibility).

So, see your doctor if the bleeding is indeed profuse. ASAP.

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