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This DOESN'T necessarily mean miscarriage!
im 16 and i was supposed to start my period a couple weeks ago and i never did now i am spotting brown blood i was wondering if anyone could tell me what that means
absolutely this could be a miscarriage. a doctor will likely suggest bedrest. if the spotting changes to bright red, get to emergency.
Depending on the length of time you have this spotting, you could be experiencing what is called, implantation bleeding. But from my experience, this could also be the early signs of a missed miscarriage. Many women don't realize this happens to more than 25% of the population. If the bleeding continues, I would see a doctor. ...
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 !
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.
Yes it could be.
If you notice brown, red, or pink spotting and/or abdominal or low back pain call your doctor immediately as this can be a first sign of miscarriage.
I understand that disappearing pregnancy symptoms so early in the game can be daunting. This could be a sign of a miscarriage, yes but see your OB to make sure everything is alright via a ultra sound. Often times in pregnancy brown spotting ( old blood) are accompanied by some light cramping (round ligament pain) as the uterus grows and expands compensating for the growing fetus/embryo. See your OB right away if you are bleeding (red) or concerned. Brown spotting is not miscarriage spotting sweetheart. Miscarriage bleeding is usually very red blood, clot or tissue in the blood and very severe cramping/abdominal pains. Light cramping is most likely not a miscarriage. During early pregnancy a lot of women experience light brown bleeding or spotting or pinkisk or brown blood. This is old blood and is also known as early pregnancy bleeding. Its very normal. But if the blood becomes red or the cramping severe, then its advisable to contact your doctor immediately in the case of a possible miscarriage. See your doctor now for a pregnancy blood test.