It could be a bad sign, but it is best to schedule an emergency visit with your doctor to find out the cause of the bleeding. Some women bleed through their entire pregnancy but it is best to consult your doctor to find out exactly what's going on. any bleeding during pregnancy should not be considered "normal" go consult your OB/GYN or nurse/midwife ASAP just to be sure that nothing is wrong and to put your mind at rest GOOD LUCK and GOD BLESS!!!!
to the hospital NOW
My nurse said that it is normal to have some blood clots. As you begin to heel the blood clots will start to break away from the wound.
If you are sure that your pregnant I would suggest going to the hospital, because it sounds like you may be having a miscarriage. If so I am very sorry.
Yes, it is possible. I had a sub chorionic bleed that caused cramping and bleeding, including passing clots, for about 3 weeks. My doctor monitored me with ultrasounds to confirm the pregnancy was viable and that I was not at risk of serious bleeding. I am currently 11 weeks pregnant and have not had any bleeding for approximately 2 weeks.
a blood test tells you how many weeks you are when you are pregnant.
A heavy painful period with clots.
You prbably have because the same thing happened to my mom so, take another pregnancy test then go to the doctor SORRY if you did loose it!!!!!
Not necessarily, but you definitely need to get to the emergency room right away.
I think that means you have an infection. Consult your doctor.
it is likely that you had a spontaneous miscarriage, which means you were pregnant but miscarried and that's why your hpt came out positive (the pregnancy hormone needs a while to get out of your system after having miscarried)
lm 11 and half weeks pregnant with brown blood just started.
After giving birth, locia is present from 2-5 weeks. If locia stopped and restarted and you are passing clots it is best to be seen by a physician.
Probably not. Take the test if your worried.
This sounds like a threatened miscarriage. You should not be having clots during pregnancy or bleeding. Go to ER and ask for a quantitative beta hcg blood test.
i don't think so-- if you having pain or cramping feeling you should go to your doctor asap..i wish nothing bad happen good luck
You can't throw up a pregnancy or a miscarriage. You should go to the doctor now! You could have internal bleeding. Good luck and God Bless:)
Yes you should,i was just 5 weeks pregnant and started bleeding and cramping,i had a little blood clot.I did'NT go to the E.R.When i went to my docter a few days later,they said it was'NT a period,i had a miscarriage.They said i should've definitely went to the E.R.You should not be bleeding,having clots,or cramping.Go ASAP.Good luck
i would ask your GP to be sure but my DR told me brown blood is ok as its old blood,i had brownish discharge for a week when i was 8 weeks with my daughter and the same thing happened when i was 7 weeks with my son
There's no such thing as "just a little pregnant."
Just miscarried today at six weeks. I woke up covered in blood. Went to the bathroom. I could feel the blood clots as they passed so they were pretty big. I have been aware of it for three hours and I am still passing big clots of blood.
its best to book an appointment with your gp to make sure, if you start to have cramps which feel like period pains it could be a sign of ectopic pregnancy where the baby develops outside of the womb. small clots could be a sign of a miscarriage so get an appointment asap or go to your nearest hospital
Around 2 weeks after conception.
If you've had your period for 6 weeks you need to see a doctor.
Yes it can. I just had a stillbirth at week 38+6 days. The tests reports came out indicating there were 2 blood clots in my placenta and according to the doctor, this led to that my placenta was not supplying enough energy to the baby. They had, however, never found out during my pregnancy that I had blood clots. The only thing I noticed was that in the last few weeks, my weight did not grow more but obviously the baby was still growing according to the midwife. So no one took it seriously and had further investigation. Then the tragedy happened.