Is it normal to have excessive menstrual blood clots?

It is not normal. Because normal menstrual blood is non-clotting, when the shed endometrium adheres to the blood together with the discharge can form a small amount of blood clots, which is normal, but when the menstrual flow is excessive due to pathological factors such as adenomyosis, fibroids, endometritis, abnormal coagulation function, blood clots can appear in the menstrual blood, and the more menstrual flow the more clots are formed. In particular, excessive bleeding can cause anemia, and symptoms such as dizziness and weakness can occur.

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