Its difficult to say. The only way to be certain is by doing a pregnancy test now while your still bleeding. Or put the clots in a jar and take to your doctors to be analysed so you will know for sure hun. You may be experiencing break through bleeding or irregular period. But please do a test and take the clots to your doctor.
Yes she can be pregnant, and if she is pregnant and is bleeding she is at risk of a miscarriage, and should see a doctor immediately.
It can be a sign of a miscarriage or it can just be "normal" bleeding. If you are bleeding, you should see a doctor as soon as possible. With a miscarriage the bleeding is usually "chunky" and you have cramps, but not always. It could be a sign of miscarriage if its heavy bleeding like a period i had a miscarriage 2 months ago and mine started out with mild cramps then i started to sopt brown and then i was bleeding like a normal period and a few hours later the cramps got really bad talk to your doctor about this. Dont worry to much over it some women do spot when they are pregnant. Good Luck!
When I had a miscarriage I had really horrible cramps and I started to bleed even though I was not on my period. I already knew that I was pregnant and when i went into my doctor to take another test she told me I had lost the baby. Hope this help
if it is bright red, you need to call a doctor right now. if you are having cramps, it could be a miscarriage, and you need to get to an emergency room.
go and see a physician ASAP in case you are having a miscarriage.
When miscarriage cramps and such as stomach pain is a symptom of misscarige
Some women while pregnant have cramps around the time their period would come at 8 and 12 weeks. This does not mean you are having a miscarriage.
Most likely you are not pregnant. You could have has an early miscarriage however. Best wishes, T
Yes. Many women have a miscarriage before they even know they are pregnant. Some Dr. believe that about 25% of pregnancy end in a miscarriage.
Not always. I just started spotting brown when i had my miscarriage. didn't know it was happening until they did my hcg levels and they were going down. I had no cramps, just blood and blood clots.Although, I have heard the first period after a miscarriage can be heavier and more crampy, but I have not had it yet.
Cramps are contractions of the uterus. They can be a normal part of a spontanious or induced miscarriage. However, it is important to have follow up doctor care after a miscarriage to make sure all the tissue is expelled.
Not usually,. but some women have problems holding the baby in with the cervix. but usually can occure in a miscarriage. consult your doctor right away.
Could be a miscarriage. Go to your doctor ASAP.
Yes. The fetus can die and there wont be any cramps for a couple of weeks.
No, if you are bleeding then yes.
Go and see a doctor immediately, this could be a sign of miscarriage
I was almost 2 months pregnant and had cramps the whole time, i asked my doctor and all my friends who have been pregnant if it was normal to experience cramping and they all said yes. I started spotting and had my first miscarriage. I would go make sure everything is okay.
Back crAmps and stomach cramps.
Yes, if you have cramps but no menstrual flow, you can be pregnant.
Sounds just like a period. Unless you know for certain you are pregnant--then see your Dr.
Get used to it pregnancy is all around uncomfortable.. but if it hurts badly or you have bleeding with the cramps rush to the doctor it could be a miscarriage
I'm not a expert If I was you I would go see a doctor straight away you could be having a period while pregnant where as most women do its scary but hopefully the doctors says everything is fine. Its better to be safe than sorry I would say. I would say Cramps is a sign of miscarriage.
No, any cramps or bleeding while pregnant is abnormal and usually the sign of a miscarriage. If this occurs during a pregnancy go to the hospital straight away.
Yes, especially if you were very early along. An early miscarriage (up to 7 or 8 weeks) would come on and just feel and look like a period with cramps etc. Somewhere around 25 - 30% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. And of those 40% are when the women did not even realize they were pregnant.