reproductive health


Question by  answermii (2)

I am 13. When I am on my period, why do I always pee blood with clots?

My period is heavy. Please help.


Answer by  malone (4817)

The urine washes over the blood in the area, which makes it appear that there is blood in the urine. There isn't. When you sit on the toilet, blood and clots have the opportunity to leave the body. At 13, it shouldn't be heavy or clotting. See your physician.

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Answer by  wennifred (597)

My guess is you're actually expelling the clots from your vagina while you pee, and the blood is not in your urine. When you pee you tend to loosen your Kegel muscles, which control your vaginal walls (amongst other things) so the blood flows faster. If you're going through one pad an hour or have strong pain, call your doctor.


Answer by  monkeydrone (233)

your uterus is like a bucket that emptys every time you go to the bathroom. the clots are your bodys way of controling the bleeding and some of them are the lineing of the uterus. if youre periods are extremly heavy, cause pain, or last longer than they should thin you should talk to your dr.


Answer by  missypoo98 (96)

I am 13 tooand I know what it is like to have your is normal for blood to be in the toilet and on the toilet paper it is just ashing it off when you pee if your period becomes to heavy than you need to tell a adult

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