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Are you having a miscarriage if you are 2 months pregnant and you get a brownish discharge and now you are spotting?

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2005-09-14 21:22:18
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Spotting(finding spots of blood on your underpants or toilet tissue after urinating) or bleeding is sometimes the first sign of miscarriage. Keep in mind, though, that spotting is common early in pregnancy and may or may not be a sign of a problem with the baby. About half of the time, it's a symptom of a miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy, or a molar pregnancy. If you have any spotting or bleeding, call your doctor or midwife right away so she can determine whether your spotting indicates a potential problem. (If your blood is Rh-negative, you'll need a shot of Rh immunoglobulin within two or three days after you first notice bleeding.) You may also have abdominal pain, which can feel crampy or persistent as well as mild or sharp. Or you may just feel low Back pain or pelvic pressure. Spotting(finding spots of blood on your underpants or toilet tissue after urinating) or bleeding is sometimes the first sign of miscarriage. Keep in mind, though, that spotting is common early in pregnancy and may or may not be a sign of a problem with the baby. About half of the time, it's a symptom of a miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy, or a molar pregnancy. If you have any spotting or bleeding, call your doctor or midwife right away so she can determine whether your spotting indicates a potential problem. (If your blood is Rh-negative, you'll need a shot of Rh immunoglobulin within two or three days after you first notice bleeding.) You may also have abdominal pain, which can feel crampy or persistent as well as mild or sharp. Or you may just feel low back pain or pelvic pressure.

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It may be .. but it also be a sign of a miscarriage

Spotting usually happens when a woman was pregnant, and lost the baby/had a miscarriage early in the pregnancy.

if u get it every month maybe its ovulation spotting

Not to be a downer, but I would get to my doctor right away. My first pregnancy ended at 9 weeks. The first symptom was brown clots. However, I have been told by doctors that brown spotting can just be old blood and not a miscarriage. I hope everything works out, good luck.

Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.

This brownish stuff is known as spotting, and it's perfectly normal. Spotting is just small amounts of blood that mix with discharge, this is normal before and after menstruation as the bleeding starts or as it ends.

Brown discharge is spotting, remaining blood from your period leaving the body and mixing with discharge. This is normal, you can use menstrual cups or pads to deal with it until it comes to an end.

Spotting is pretty much like what it sounds like, its a very light bleed it can happen for many reasons, it could be the implantation, the start of a miscarriage, a rupture in the placenta, plus ther are many other reason's for spotting sometimes just no reason.If it happens right before your period then yes you are probably pregnant.Because if it is the starting of a miscarriage... well, when your pregnant you don't get your period and when theres a miscarriage then theres no more baby so miscarriage before period could mean your pregnant cause its backwards than when your pregnant your pregnant you get your period your not pregnant!so the backwards way is no baby then period so then pregnant. so theres your answer POOPING DURING SPOTTING MEANS YOU MIGHT BE CONSTAPATED WHEN YOUR DONE YOUR SPOTTING. SO IF YOUR SPOTTING AND YOU TAKE A POOP JUST TO LET YOU KNOW ITS NOT NORMAL GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

most likely that you are pregnant, there could be other reasons. if you are pregnant and spotting, i would get to a doctor right away. it could mean infection or miscarriage

Get checked now - that was my first indication....no cramps or anything, just brown spotting. You DEFINITELY should go to the Emergency Department of some hospitallike NOW !

It is possible that you conceived but had a very early miscarriage, it is thought that about 50% of pregnancies end before they have really started. If you are trying to get pregnant I am sorry. It is quite possible you had an early miscarraige, or I've also been told before that brownish spotting before bleeding could be old blood from your last cycle. I'm unsure if that's true, but it's something to think about.

i am on my 3rd child as we speak this time around i have been spotting brownish i went to the doc and it was old blood from trapped behind the sack

If you are spotting and lightheaded, it is a good idea to see a doctor. You might be having a miscarriage if you are pregnant or you could have some type of uterine tumor.

It is normal at the beginning of a pregnancy to have discharge. Don't be too alarmed unless it has been going on constantly. I would suggest if it continues to go in to the doctor. There is the sad possibility of a miscarriage but I'm no doctor so get it checked out.

It could be impantation spotting. If you had sex within a day of the spotting starting it could be from the cervix. However if it is changing to red you need to go to see a doctor asap, and make sure your not having a miscarriage. When I was first pregnant with my baby I had spotting without sex and it was from implantation but it was brown blood which is old blood. Red blood is fresh blood!! Good luck.

Take a pregnancy test to determine if you're pregnant while on the contraceptve implant. The implant does not affect the results of a pregnancy test. Pregnancy is very rare on the contraceptive implant and spotting and flutters are not signs of pregnancy.

I am in the same boat. I had some brownish discharge yesterday and today morning, but this evening noticed a white discharge.


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