11/24 I saw a blood stain so put on a pad thinking it was my period early (was expecting it nov 28) but checked a little while later & only saw a little blood that was light red/pinkish. Didn’t see anything more for the rest of the night. The next day, I again noticed blood only when wiping after peeing a few times (didn’t happen every time). That night I started seeing small blood clots in my urine and when I wiped there was light red blood on toilet paper, still nothing on pad though. For the next few days I would notice clots several times a day, but very little to nothing on the pad itself- just when I peed or wiped after peeing. 11/27 (saw discharge on pad finally 4 days after noticing blood) to 12/2 I noticed regular bleeding as I would for my period. By late afternoon/early evening 12/2 it was back to normal colored urine with red clots and blood when i wipe. It has lessened in the last few days, but still present at times and was more of a brownish color for a day in between.
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Occasional changes in period pattern and blood flow could be due to hormonal changes, thyroid hormone imbalances, endometrial problems, endometrial polyps, uterine fibroids etc. If the bleeding has been persistent, consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for further evaluation and assistance. Get started on appropriate treatment as indicated by examination findings and investigation results to help you regulate your periods. Observe your next 2-3 menstrual cycles. Drink plenty of water. Take adequate rest. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
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