Prior to this question, I did a google search on the question and didn't find any significant answers.Every period, I occasionally get thick, sticky blood which my pads have not been absorbing. This period though, it appears as if most of the blood is in this form. It's annoying since I have to change so often to prevent leaks since it's not absorbing into the pad. What causes thicker, stickier blood in menstruation?
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Every women gets that...it's just part of the uterine lining.
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it is mucus that has come off of the uteran wall, they feel weird when they "come down". they are totally normal :P
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We all get that. I use tampons, but I imagine that if I used pads, it would be the same way for me. I am sure you have good reasons not to use tampons (assuming you do not use them), but it may make it easier for you. Just a thought.
True that it is normal, it is not unusual at all...But it is the cervix from where the mucous comes from. It has that ability and that is where the mucous forming cells are. Seriously not a bad thing tho...K
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