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2005-12-22 17:12:11
2005-12-22 17:12:11

If you only had light spotting and a bit of cramping and it has all stopped you may be pregnant.


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yes you can still be pregnant wen having your period and i know because my mother was pregnant with me and still having her period normally but the dr said it is very very ulikely

It depends on how far along you are, or if you think you have recently gotten pregnant then yes you can still have a normal period. Some women have a period throughout their entire pregnancies. HUGE tip You can get pregnant if you are on your period and have sex. If you are having a lot of cramping it could possibly be a miscarriage. It can be numerous things see your doc

Some cramping is normal during pregnancy. How far along are you? Usually cramping is a sign of uterine contractions. If your at the beginning of the pregnancy and there isn't any blood, i wouldn't worry. Even a small amount of spotting would probably be ok. Otherwise, call your doctor.

From what I have been reading about implantation bleeding I would say that the dark spotting is that. I would say that you should estimate a week before the dark spotting and that is when you got pregnant.

Yes, cramping is a sign of miscarriage along with spotting. Go see your dr or medical clinic. The craming is actually contractions and in some cases worse than actual labour.

if you're in the early stages and you're only spotting, its okay. But if you're farther along and there is noticeable blood see a doctor immediately it could be a miscarriage.

Yes, when I was about 7 to 12 weeks along i had minor cramping that felt like the cramps I got when I was on my period but my doctor said it is usually caused by your uterus stretching.

Yes, some women report "spotting" while they are pregnant. Although this is not a very common occurrence and more common among older women. Spotting while father along in a pregnancy can also signify a miscarriage. See the related link for more information.

depending on how far along you are and how much bleeding? Any bright red bleeding versus more typical menstrual dark red or brownish blood ? If you are further along in your pregnancy you need to call your doctor or be seen immediately if bright red or more than spotting.

Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.

Spotting does not cause pregnancy. I assume you mean "does spotting indicate anything other than pregnancy?" The answer to this is, of course, yes. Spotting could indicate spotting. It's probably you period being finicky, or something along those lines.

No not usually. Get to the hospital immediately. Definitely call your doctor and let them know what is going on. Well I had the same thing and my pregnancy has been totally normal.That is why I didn't find out I was pregnant until I was almost 3 months along, because I thought it was a normal period. You should call your doctor just to be safe.

Yes!! I had a period that was about three days long with my first pregnancy--cramping the whole works. I figured it was a regular period and went on with my life. I did have a few pregnancy symptoms, but blew them off because I thought I had a normal period. A month later when my period did not come, I did a HPT and got a BFP. Ultrasound revealed that I was 4 weeks further along then what we thought, so I really was pregnant when I got that short period.

Cramping could be a symptom of many things: gall bladder problems, appendicitis, intestinal blockage, kidney stones, uterine infection -- to name just a few. If you are pregnant, or think you may be, letting these symptoms go for three weeks unchecked is a very bad thing. You may have already aborted. If your doctor hasn't done anything about it, you need to get a second opinion.

I had the same thing happen to me and I was pregnant. I would take a test to make sure. You should not be treated for a yeast infection until you are 12 weeks along. I had to live with it for that long and then I could treat it.

You can miscarry before you even know your pregnant and just think it's a late period

im six weeks along an i started to get cramps at 4 weeks i thought it was my period till i discovered i was pregnant so yes it is normal the dr. says it was in fact my uterus growing an stretching to prepare for the baby.

Its actually very normal, along with other symptoms i took the pill and I'm on the patch now and it still happens. and some people actually have there spotting flow like there normal period.

It's common when first pregnant to feel cramping and being bloated among other symptoms. It's all about hormones. No, there isn't anything wrong with you now because you are further along. Please keep in close contact with your doctor while pregnant. Don't miss those appointments! Congratulations Marcy

I got pregnancy cramping in my second week but every one is different.

Possible to be pregnant. Some pregnant women have their periods every month throughout their pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're farther than 2 weeks along AFTER your period ends.

Yes. Spotting during the first trimester is very normal and sometimes spotting may go along with mild cramps. Many times the spotting is caused by your uterus growing and breaking small vessels for more room. However if you are having spotting which continues to bleeding and filling a maxi an hour for 3 hours along with heavy cramping there is a great chance you are having a miscarriage. When you are in this situation Dr's advise on an immediate call and will have you come in, even though there is nothing they can do to stop the miscarriage, before or during, if there is a problem with you...i.e bleeding wont stop or anything more problematic happens they can help you.

you count how far along you are by the first day of your last period. So by the time you miss your period you are technically considered 2 weeks pregnant.

Well, from my experiences, it's nothing to worry about as long as there isn't any severe cramping along with it or passing of tissue. Spotting in the first month especially is normal due to the implantaion of the fertilized egg, but if it heavy and lasts a long time, i would see my doctor. You can never be too careful.

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