I have been told that blood clots in your urine during pregnancy are a very common occurrence in this country. There are some women who swear by this and some who swear that they have never seen them before. This article is for women who are already taking precautions, and it has been scientifically proven that these blood clots don’t just happen and don’t affect your baby.
At least, not if you are a woman in the US. The blood clots in your urine are caused by a type of blood clotting called Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor (PAI). This is a protein which is normally produced in the liver and is necessary for the clot to form. When this protein is inhibited, it causes the blood to clot more quickly. It is found in high concentrations in your blood vessels.
This protein is found in high concentrations in your blood vessels. This is a very important fact to remember because it is also the reason why your blood clots, even though you aren’t pregnant. And it is very important that you know that the “plasminogen activator inhibitor” in your blood does not cause a pregnancy. It is simply an inhibitor of this PAI protein.
In fact, this protein is responsible for much of the clotting. It is found in high concentrations in your blood vessels, and it is a very important fact to remember because it is also the reason why your blood clots, even though you arent pregnant.
Also important is that you do not get pregnant while taking blood thinning medication such as aspirin or Coumadin. The reason for this is that your blood is not properly oxygenated, and your body is unable to produce enough of the necessary clotting factor to stop the clotting. You have to stop taking your blood thinning medication (or else you will get pregnant). Also, you can get a very nasty blood clotting condition called hemophilia. This is not an uncommon ailment.
You can get a blood clotting condition called hemophilia that can be fatal. Most people who get this condition usually are at least mildly affected by it. If you do, you will need to stop taking your blood thinning medications or else you will have to stop taking your blood clotting pills.
So what is really going on when you have clots in your urine during pregnancy (or whenever you have to take clotting medication)? Well, the clotting is not the only reason for your trouble. Hemophilia is also a blood thinning condition and because it is hereditary is also a risk factor for a large number of blood disorders.
The problem is when a woman is pregnant and has clots in her blood. The clotting is caused by the placenta attaching to the mother’s blood. This is a rather rare condition and only affects around 1 out of every 7,000 pregnant women. Usually the placenta is attached at the back of the uterus, with the blood coursing through the body. When the placenta becomes attached to the back of the uterus, the clotting system will begin to break down.
The good news is that a woman can stop clots right after and get pregnant all over again. The bad news is that the clotting has already started and can be permanent.
One of the more bizarre things I’ve seen in my life is when I had my baby, my blood clots were still there and I felt as if I had a permanent “blood clot” in my bladder. Thankfully, my doctor was able to clear me up with a blood test. I’m now one of the lucky ones with a smooth pregnancy and no clots.