Brown curdled/clotted discharge mid-cycle, what could it be?

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I'm 26, I'm sexually active but only with husband. There's no chance of STI/STD. I have regular and periods, haven't missed a cycle in life (so far). I don't have PCOS.

I had gone on pills in mid-June, then double-backed in Jul-Aug after which i stopped. I got my first period after pills in Aug, then the next period came a bit late in September (34 days cycle) but I figured it could be due to withdrawal from pills, the double-backing. Beginning of October, I got my period right on time, on 28th day. But exactly 14 days later, last Sunday, I noticed a bit of brown discharge- well not really discharge, I noticed it on my husband after sex. I dont mean to be disgusting but panicked as I was, I sort of finger around my vagina to see what it was- I found a small dime sized clot and brown discharge. It wasnt completely fluid but a bit grainy sort of almost, with clots like old blood- size varying between sand grain to a pea. I put on panty liners for next two days but there was nothing on it. I did notice very tiny stringy bits of brownish blood (tissue?) in urine for 2 days. Then Wednesday, I had sex and there was no brownish discharge. But again, today, on Thursday same thing happened- discharge again.

There's no pain or discomfort anywhere, I feel fine in all sense. There's no bad smell. But I'm mad scared. Sorry for such a long post. But can anyone shed any light on it? Any ideas? Or similar experience?

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