What are other conditions that cause hematomas?
- Pelvic bone fractures: These breaks can also bleed significantly since it takes a large amount of force to break these bones and nearby veins and arteries are frequently also damaged.
- Menstruation: During menstruation blood can accumulate in the vagina as part of the normal menses and instead of flowing out immediately, it may form small blood clots.
- Pregnancy: Vaginal bleeding and passing blood clots or hematomas while pregnant are not normal and are reasons to seek immediate medical attention.
- Labor and delivery: Passing blood clots after delivering a baby is relatively common. Continue Reading
Reviewed on 9/17/2015