What do blood clots look like during periodA menstrual blood clot looks like a dark red blob of blood. Blood clots can vary in size. A normal blood clot is about the size of a dime. Clots that are larger than a quarter are considered very large. If you experience large blood clots during your period, talk to your doctor.
Should You Worry About Period Blood Clots?
They can vary in size and color, and usually, they are nothing to worry about. Most of the time, menstrual clots are normal, but some symptoms can signal other health concerns.
Is It Normal To Have Blood Clots Every Period?
Occasional clots in period blood are normal but other conditions cause abnormal large blood clots. Menstrual clots are gel-like blobs of coagulated blood, and tissue that are expelled from the uterus during menstruation.