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Answered 2008-06-16 14:00:00

That sound like your pregnant I had that same sign take a test


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not likely unless there is cramping backache signs of could just be spotting from the new pregnancy

Spotting in the 1st month usually means nothing unless it is accompanied by cramping. I have had 4 successful pregnancies and have spotted light brown/pinkish with no complications with the babies. If the bleeding becomes heavy or cramping starts you should definitely see a doctor and express your concerns

Light, pinkish or brown bleeding - without cramps. It is not spotting if there is bright red blood, with clots and/or cramping. Call your doctor to be sure everything is normal.

pink spotting is a pregnancy sign you could be well pregnant its called Implantation bleeding

Yes it means you could be pregnant if sexually active or you have a water infection.

Normal? This is hard to say. Many women report cramping and spotting and go on to have completely normal pregnancies. You will find you have various cramping while you are pregnant due to the changes your body is going through. You may also have some bleeding due to various things - rough sex, burst capiliary. A light pinkish discharge is nothing to be worried about. If you are continuing to mildly cramp and then have spotting - go to bed, put your feet up and relax. If the cramps get worse, and you start to bleed, go to the hospital - if you are attempting to miscarry they may be able to save the pregnancy. Good luck! Hello. Some women do experience light bleeding during early pregnancy and go on to have healthy babies. But all unusual symptoms, spotting and cramping should be reported to your doctor.

Hi, Yes you can. Implantation cramping is very common and usually feels like period cramping. Implantation bleeding (IB) occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex and not every woman experiences IB. Signs of IB are: * Light bleeding that lasts a few hours to 2-3 days. * Pinkish/brownish or reddish vaginal discharge. * Spotting of blood. * Spotting of blood that does not require a pad or tampon. * Spotting that is pinkish in colour. * Spotting that is brown in colour. * Light bleeding that is either pink or brown in colour and sometimes red.

Brownish/pinkish blood

pinkish brownish color should only be a little bit if it's red and alot of blood mean your period came

If you are spotting pinkish red blood and mucus at 6 weeks pregnant, this could be normal. However, you will want to see a doctor to ensure that the pregnancy is still viable.

This could be caused from sexual relations because your body is now pumping extra blood to for your pregnancy you may get a brown or even pinkish spotting it is very common to have spotting dureing the first 12 to 14 weeks of prgnancy. If this dose continue and you begin to have a heavy flow and or cramping consult your doctor. It may even make you feel better to talk to your doctor about this.

it doesnt sound to serious it is probably early pregnancy bleeding which happens to some women, and is usually more pinkish or brownish than a period, if you have more concerns talk to a doctor

It is very common to have "implantation" spotting or bleeding. I have three children and have had a pinkish wipe for two or three days with two out of my three babies. Hope all goes well!

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.

You are spotting brown because the fertilized egg borrows into the uterus to attach. Some woman may also have a pinkish tint of bleeding.

It could be a sign of pregnancy, or another issue. Best to consult with your physician.

Yes! I did, and it was heavy like a period, lasted 5 days and I had cramping! Only difference was it was slightly pinkish, not blood red. By the way, I'm pregnant!!!!!

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