When you went to the toilet this morning you had found abit of blood

“When you went to the toilet this morning you had found abit of blood”

Is this sentence correct for grammar? The activity going to the toilet is not done firstly?

Hi Volcano

I’m not sure what the context of your sentence is, but based on the way it is worded, the meaning seems to be “You had already found a bit of blood before you went to the toilet this morning”.
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When you went to the toilet this morning you had found abit of blood on the toilet roll you are 6 weeks and 5 days pregnant so is it normal to see bleeding?

My understanding is -
He went to the toilet, and in the toilet he found blood.
My sentence would be - “I had gone to toilet in the morning and I found/saw blood there”.
Please correct, if this is wrong.

Hi Volcano

Oh, what a sentence! Based on the rest of the context, however it seems the person wants to say this: “When I went to the toilet this morning, I noticed/saw a bit of blood on the toilet paper.”

“Go to the toilet” can be used to mean “use the toilet”.

“Went to the toilet” and “noticed/saw” happened at approximately the same time. In fact “noticed” probably took place while she was on the toilet. So, the simple past tense for each one is fine.

You could also use the past continuous this way, for example:
“While I was using the toilet, I noticed …”
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