Periods while Pregnant

Did you have a miscarriage if you were 3 days late and then your period was very light but a week and 2 days later you had lots of bloody discharge with clotting?


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2006-12-27 15:45:11
2006-12-27 15:45:11

It does sound as though you might have had a miscarriage. If the bleeding has now stopped and you feel otherwise well with no fever you will probably never know for sure. If the bleeding is still heavy and/or you feel ill GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!


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if you know you're pregnant and you're having a bloody clotting period you should really go to your dr. exspecially if its really heavy it could be a miscarriage.

This sounds like a miscarriage, but it is not painful to miscarry, it just is aextra heavy period normally.

Pain that is heavy cramping and accompanied by bloody discharge or bleeding like having a period could indicate a miscarriage. It is difficult to tell that early in a pregnancy unless you have a doctor's exam.

well you could google information on miscarriage but as far as i understand when you miscarriage it is similar to your period only heavier than usual and late.. so no it could just be normal discharge or it could be an STD..

No, it is not normal, and should be checked out with a doctor.

That depends. Are you pregnant or are you getting ready to start your period? It depends.

That isn't actually your period. It's actually discharge. It's normal for kids from 9+ to get it. But if the discharge becomes green or smells, see a doctor-it could be an infection

It is possible you are pregnant. As long as you have had a period since your miscarriage you know that your cycle is back on track. A brown discharge could be anything. Take a preg test and be sure.

You don't have a bloody discharge from the vagina! Do you really mean to ask this question this way?

The bleeding you experience during a miscarriage is notyour period. It is bleeding due to losing the baby.

I also started spotting red blood when I was 6 weeks pregnant and unfortantly it turned out to be a miscarriage. If the bleeding continues you should go to the ER and have it checked out. With me it started as a ting of blood and progressed to being bloody like a period. I also had cramping. Around 6 weeks is a common time to experience a miscarriage. 1 in 5 pregnancy result in a miscarriage so it is more common then thought. Hopefully things will work out for you but remember if it does turn out to be a miscarriage it doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with you because unfortantly it is more common then you might think. Good Luck!

Yes, day one of your cycle is the day you begin passing bloody discharge, either brown or red.

No. It is normal for a lot of women to experience clots during their period. But if your pregnant and you experience clots along with heavy bleeding, then this is usually a indication of a miscarriage. You need to see your OB or doctor for confirmation.

Yes. You get discharge before you get your period.

Normal bleed after a miscarriage is 1-2 weeks so it's not your period. You get your period back sometimes within 8 weeks from the miscarriage.

Hi there, I am wondering what the outcome of your situation was, I am having the same thing.

You will have a bloody discharge following a C-section, just like you would after giving birth vaginally called locia. This may last up to 6 weeks. If you are not breast feeding you can expect your period to resume about four weeks after the discharge stops.

Were you diagnosed as pregnant? If you were in fact pregnant and now started you period again you "did" have a miscarriage. In the early stages of pregnancy a miscarriage is not always going to have any major symptioms. Discharging tissue could be something else if you weren't pregnant. I would see a doctor if you continue to have such discharge in the future.

Sure. An early miscarriage can be mistaken for a bad period.

If you have a period you are not pregnant, although you may have had a very early miscarriage.

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