Can you have heavy bleeding at the beginning of your pergnacy?
Many people do experience "spotting" at the beginning of their pregnancy. However, although it is common, it is not a "normal" sign of a healthy pregnancy. Therefore, I would consult your GYN.
Most menstrual cycles start off with what appears to be a lot of bleeding in the beginning. Towards the end there can be little to no bleeding with a watery discharge. Read More
No, Heavy bleeding after a late or missed period could be a sign of a miscarriage. But chances are if you are experiencing Heavy bleeding you are not, or are no longer pregnant. Read More
It's really confusing to me.. I think I might be pregnant but I started bleeding and I don't know if its heavy bleeding or just normal bleeding and a cose for concern because its definitely not light.. Read More
Possible causes of heavy bleeding include menopause, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, gonorrhea, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis. Read More
I'd say no. Implantation bleeding is scant to light. Heavy bleeding and cramping sound like a period to me. Read More
Heavy bleeding during menstruation is usually related to a hormonal imbalance. Read More
They shouldn't be heavy cramps Read More
Heavy menstrual bleeding can cause life threatening conditions. It is very dangerous and can be very painful. It is best to consult a doctor if one experiences heavy menstrual bleeding. Read More
It depends where exactly you cut yourself. I'm not a doctor, but if it's really heavy bleeding it could be a severed artery. Read More
it should be light bleeding.. (spotting) Read More
Decidual bleeding is a heavy bleeding. It occurs when there is a hormonal imbalance in a woman's body caused when part of the uterine lining is shedding before the placenta has fully attached. Read More
You are 5 weeks pregnant but feel like a period is about to begin your stomach is full hot and you have brown beginning of period bleeding not constant or heavy is this ok?
this could be the beginning of a miscarriage, my friend had the same symptoms. please get it checked out, good luck x Read More
Sometimes - Yes. Particularly if you, by nature, have heavy bleeding either during menstruation or when you cut yourself. Heavy bleeding is also dependant upon the thickness of the hymen. The thicker it is, the more bleeding is usual. This is because thicker hymens generally contain more blood capillaries. The bleeding, although heavy, is rarely prolonged, is not dangerous and generally heals within 3-5 days. Bleeding should cease within 24 hours. Should bleeding continue after… Read More
No this is a normal heavy period. Implantation bleeding is usually light. Read More
Removal of Mirena in itself does not cause heavy bleeding and clots. Such symptoms are likely your period. Read More
Your girlfriend had a brown and pinkish spotting one day before a heavy flow of bleeding menstruation Is it normal The bleeding for day one is quite heavy and then turn to moderate in day 2 and 3?
Can implantation bleeding be heavy until you need napkins? Btw the spotting of brownish blood contains clots, can implantation bleeding consists of clots? Read More
It depends on how heavy the bleeding is. Its normal to sometimes spot during pregnancey. Cramps, all the time. If bleeding is heavy its a possible miscarraige you should see docter immediately. Read More
Yes I think that it can increase and prolong bleeding Read More
If the bleeding wasn't heavy this should be normal, but anytime you bleed you should let your doctor know right away. Read More
No it is not,most of time bleeding around that time, heavy bleeding is due to miscarriage. Spotting is normal, bleeding is a sign of miscarriage. Read More
No, you can not get pregnant because you are not ovulating. 32% it may happen Read More
If its that heavy,than use a night pad. Read More
pads are great for heavy to scanty bleeding as they are made out of good quality material. Also, they do not cause any kind of rash or redness if you maintain proper hygiene. There are many varieties available in them for both heavy as well as scanty bleeding. Read More
Implantation bleeding can be heavy, sometimes it is mistaken for an early period, but more commonly implantation bleeding is very slight. No, it's not heavy. It's nothing like a period. It is a tiny bit of blood which can be stringy/thick. It can last from 1-3 days, and the color can be brown/pink/red. Mine lasted 1 day. It just was pink stringy blood in discharge. Women can have periods while pregnant as well, which is… Read More
Heavey bleeding is too heavy after is lasts for more than 4 days. It should at most last for two days and then begin to lessen. The entire postpartum bleeding process lasts for up to a month and sometimes more- depending on how much the uterus needs to shrink and recover. Read More
Yes this does sometimes happen and is nothing to worry about unless you are bleeding excessively heavy to the point that you need to change your pad or tampon every 1 hour. Read More
What could be wrong if you spotted for 3 days and then it stopped but suddenly you had a period that was so heavy that a tampon didnt last more than an hour?
Spotting is normal when you're due your period, menstruation doesn't have an on/off switch, it takes time for the uterine lining to start shedding so it will start slowly. Your period is heavy but not necessarily unusually heavy and unless you have other symptoms there's no reason to think there's anything wrong. If you're leaking through an ultra absorbency tampon within an hour then your period is unusually heavy and you should seek medical attention. Read More
Metrorrhagia is bleeding between periods. Menometrorrhagia, in contrast, is heavy bleeding and bleeding between periods. Read More
It shouldn't be Read More
That is something the doctor decides and you should discuss it with him. There can be different causes for the bleeding. Read More
Cut back on the Motrin - see your doctor if you are experiencing heavy bleeding while on Motrin. Read More
A knife or a broken glass slices through the layers of the skin causing heavy bleeding Which type of bleeding injury is this?
laceration Read More
The bleeding caused by implantation shouldn't be heavy - it should only really be enough to wear a pantyliner for Read More
No. You're not pregnant. Read More
Yes you can, but its not very common Read More
WHITE bleeding? No. Read More
Yea it can. I experienced it and found out I was pregnant Read More
If there is heavy bleeding during the first trimester and a couple of days later it stopped but there was still brownish spotting with abdominal cramping is there a chance for a miscarriage?
Any bleeding during pregnancy needs to be evaluated by a doctor. Heavy bleeding is a sign of miscarriage, but you have to see a doctor to be sure and to be checked for your health, as well. Read More
Considering the fact that every womens body is different, goes to show that yes, you can have a heavy implantation process. I had a heavy implantation to where I thought I was on my period. Read More
It is fairly common. But this does depend on the amount of bleeding you're talking about. Slight spotting is normal. Heavy bleeding is not. If you have any doubts, go to an ER and get examined. Read More