(Closed) Definitely a TMI question!

posted 4 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
3564 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I think it’s different for everyone.  On heavy days, mine is bright red, and may/may not have clumps of almost black in it.  For me, it usually tapers from bright to medium red and then on light days either pink or brownish. 

I think you should only be concerned if you notice a lot of clumps of actual tissue and have prolonged heavy bleeding. 

Post # 4
1247 posts
Bumble bee

Weddingobsessed:  It should be relatively fresh (bright). Brown or dark means it’s old/has taken a while to exit the uterus. 

Post # 5
1166 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

Weddingobsessed:  On the pill mine would only last about 2 days and no bright red. Just brownish red and “clumpy” sorry if thats a gross discription. Off the pill I find that it is much longer (~5 days) and much more bright red. But like MissCountryGirl said, everyone is different. If you are concerned about it talk to your doctor. 

Post # 6
939 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 1975

I think you should talk to your doctor. Tell them what you’ve been experiencing. See what they say. Many of us can tell you what we get each cycle, but it’ll all differ. I have PCOS and Endo, and I wouldn’t tell you what I experience, because I don’t want to make you think you have those issues. Know what I mean? The Internet has too much info, often times scary. Your doctor should give you the info and answers you need!

Post # 7
7524 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

My period blood is often mostly brown. And I have always bled very little. But for the record, I have two healthy kids and had no trouble conceiving.

Post # 8
2474 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013


Weddingobsessed:  totally normal. I expeienced similar changes as well….and I have a friend who is a doctor (she used to work on a special ward for pregnant women as well….like strange one in a million cases). I asked her about it and wanted to make sure it was normal and she said it was….when you hit diff stages of life and ages things change… flow, colour, etc etc… unless your missing periods and having no signs of O then there shouldnt be anything to worry about

Post # 9
338 posts
Helper bee

This is why I love the bee! We can get real and gross and talk about women’s issues without having to embarrass ourselves! Love it!

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