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All About Heavy Blood Clots

Vaginal blood clots tend to build up for weeks, months, and even years before being expelled from the body. Thanks to the acidity levels in the vagina, women can dispense of these bodily fluids with ease. Vaginal blood clots serve as a reminder that the vaginal acidity continues to work as intended. The problem occurs when bloods clots cause additional issues, such as vaginal odor, intimacy fears and low sex drive. Try out menstrual cup. It is a good and natural way to collect heavy menstrual fluid rather than absorbing it through tampon or pad. 
 

How and Why Imbalances Occur

Think of the body as a cupful of water—balanced with enough water. Overfill the cup with water, it spills and loses the liquid contents. As the cup, the body can become overfilled with hormones and toxins that cause imbalances. Birth control pills, alcohol, and even drugs can actuate estrogen imbalances that lead to vaginal insensitivity, elevated symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, and yes, even heavy blood clots.
 

First Estrogen Imbalances then Vaginal Odor

If estrogen imbalances were bad enough, vaginal odor can too come about because of heavy blood clots. Blot clots are expelled from the body when levels of estrogen dip. During menstruation, a woman experiences an inordinate drop in estrogen. Vaginal discharge, heavy blood clots, and even vaginal odor all can occur during this time. Once odor sets in, some women start to feel self conscious and even avoid having sex all together.
 

Blood Clots and Intimacy Fears

Because blood clots tend to cause vaginal odor, women begin to avoid intimacy with their partners in fear of negative reactions due to the smell. Once women begin to feel fearful of their partners’ reactions, they start to desire sex less and less thanks to the blood clots.

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