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Should I be concerned if my blood clots during menstruation?

Blood clots during menstruation may be normal. If your blood clots are accompanied by other symptoms including very heavy blood flow, you may have menorrhagia. Consult your doctor if you are experiencing blood clots or other irregularities during menstruation.

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