Well your HCG level is to double about every other day, and you have had tracking done if it dropping in number than I would say yes, for you to be 4 weeks pregnant and your count be 157 the doctor would tell you if he thought it was low for that time. But with the bleeding and cramping I would call hime right away, if you go in for another blood test see if you number is going up, if it is staying the same or dropping I would say you are having a miscarriage.
Probably not. Spotting is normal, heavy bleeding like a period is not. If you are worried, you should see your doctor for peace of mind.
Well, i know that if a girl is pregnant and she's "bleeding lightly" it's called spotting. There is nothing wrong when it happens.
Hello. Yes, you could be pregnant but the leg cramping makes me think its a urinary tract infection.
First I am sorry to hear that you are bleeding or spotting during pregnancy. I know it can be a scary thing. Whether or not it is serious really depends upon how far along you are. Spotting in the first trimester is not uncommon and is generally okay. That said, you should not take it lightly though in case any complications do present themselves. Spotting in the first and second trimester are not okay. That does not mean you are going to have a miscarriage but it certainly is not healthy and you should call your doctor and go to the ER right away. When you are spotting during pregnancy it is a good idea to wear a pad or pantie liner. This will keep you aware of just how much you are bleeding.Signs of Miscarriage:# Vaginal Bleeding # Cramping # Tissue being passed Signs of Ectopic Pregnancy:# Cramping # Sharp pains in your stomach # low hCG levels# vaginal bleeding Signs of Molar Pregnancy:# Vaginal Bleeding # clusters seen via ultrasound # no heartbeat detected via ultrasound # hCG levels unusually high
it is possible 2b pregnant if your lightly bleedin or spottin or having abdominal cramps but sumtimes kan b a more serious issue
They say that you can have a very heavy period and that is a sign of early miscarriage. Most woman have a miscarriage early in the first 3 weeks and didnt even know they were pregnant. They just thank that they are having a very heavy period and then they experience spotting also. More then 50% of pregnancy dont make it past the first 4 weeks and most woman dont ever know that they were expecting. From everything that I have read its not common to bleed heavy if your pregnant. I would check with your doctor. If you feel that you may be pregnant he-she can do a blood test.
I'm wondering the same thing. I ovulated 2 weeks after my miscarriage. I was still spotting heavily. Beacuse I was only 5 weeks at the time of the miscarriage and everything was fine my dr. said to go ahead and start trying. So we did. I spotted lightly for the next 1.5 weeks. Now, 4 weeks later (from the time I ovulated) I am having pregnancy symptoms and a positive HPT. Could it be positive from the miscarriage or a new pregnancy?
probably not... is it a full period that has the same flow as all your other periods.. or is it light spotting some women will experience some spotting or a very lightly reduced flow and can still be pregnant. If you have any other symptoms that make you think you may be pregnant and when you get your period the symptoms still persist you might as well take a pregnancy test it cant hurt to be sure if you get a regular period and not just spotting or a really light flow chances are you're not pregnant
i was late for my period according to last months period by 6 days. well i was suppose to start around the sixth but i ended up very lightly bleeding on the 13th. and it is the 15th and there is no change other then it is starting to turn brown. everyone says i am pregnant what you think?
I don't believe so, some woman will spot lightly but not an actual period. Spotting occurs when the egg embeds itself into the uterus.
Well if the bleeding is light you should be ok, go to the doctor though and tell them everything that's happened to you.
No. It can't tell you if your pregnant. It could be anything. The best way to find out is to get a pregnancy test and try it out. If it says negative and yet your still spotting try to see a doctor.
If you've had a regular period, you are not pregnant. Don't confuse this with spotting which is a pinkish fluid that lightly "spots" in a pantyliner throughout the day. Spotting could possibly mean a pregnancy, or it just might mean your period is coming. To know for sure, have a pregnancy test done either with a home version or from the doctor.
That just happen to me last night. I am looking for answers to this as well. I went to the gym for the first time in 2mths. I am 15 weeks pregnant and just started to get my energy back but now I am unsure if walking on the treadmill is good for me. I started cramping right before the 30 min was over and had cramps until I lied down, which in turn made them better. But cramping is scary so I may just have to stop going to the gym all together.
I also am having some spotting at 7 weeks but only when I wipe and it's like a dark brownish reddish color. I had a transvaginal ultrasound about 3 days ago and the spotting started after that and hasn't stopped yet. I have no cramping or back pain and we saw a heart beat of 130 bpm and was told the baby is measuring right on target. My doc told me that spotting after the ultrasound is normal but I thought it would have stopped by now and I am freaked out. I have had 5 miscarriages all before 5 weeks (chemical pregnancies) and this is the first time we have seen a heart beat. Everything makes me so nervous. Please let me know what happens with you.
Bleeding lightly for a few days then it starts to get heavy can many a few things. It depends on your health and your medical history and you could also be pregnant.
Yes. Once you start menstruating spotting can occur anytime in your life until menopause.
Not necessarily. During the time in your pregnancy where you "would have" had your period, you are slightly more prone to spotting. It can be the placenta coming away at the edges just slightly as the uterus expands. It re-attaches itself. During this time, avoid sex because an orgasm will make the uterus expand and move and this can also upset things in the earlier stages of prenancy. (I know this from experience - and was told by a nurse to avoid this) Also, drink lots of water and rest (feet up!) during the times that you notice spotting.
It could be your body getting rid of 'old' blood. In any case, bleeding or spotting is nothing to take lightly during pregnancy. See your Dr. just to be safe.
Yes; you need to go to the doctor and get a proper test done ASAP (like, tomorrow). The doctor's test is the most reliable kind.
there is no reason to be bleeding at all while pregnant so contact your doctor immediately:/
In March I was 10 weeks pregnant and was spotting very lightly. I went to the hospital and they did an ultrasound. They told me that at 10 weeks they should be able to at least see the heart beating even though it might be too soon to see the baby. When they did the ultrasound all they saw was the sac. There was no heartbeat. I had a full miscarriage a few days later. It was determined by blood tests that I had miscarried about five weeks prior and was just now discharging the fetus. I pray that this is not the situation for you, and you have a healthy baby!
My daughter had a baby 4 months ago and actually blead alot, went to the hospital and all was fine. Check out I believe it's called phantom twin. This is a very common thing. God bless and don't stress.