I STARTED HAVE BROWN SPOTTING AT 12 WEEKS WITH NO CRAMPS I WENT IN FOR AN ULTRA SOUND AND FOUND OUT THE BABY DIED A 7 WEEKS 6 DAYS . THEN 4 MONTHS LATER HAD A CHEMICAL PREGNANCY. NOW THREE MONTHS AFTER THAT I AM 4 WEEKS 4DAYS PREGNANT AND AM HAVING BROWN SPOTTING I WENT FOR A BLOOD TEST AND A NEXT ONE TWO DAYS LATER AND MY HCG LEVELS HAVE DROPPED MEANING I AM HAVING ANOTHER MISCARRIAGE. I WOULD CHECK WITH YOUR DR. CAUSE AFTER HEARING WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT SPOTTING BROWN THEY HAVE GONE ON WITH A NORMAL PREGNANCY. I GUESS AM NOT ONE OF THE LUCKY
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 !
go and see a physician ASAP in case you are having a miscarriage.
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This DOESN'T necessarily mean miscarriage!
Because it gets heavier and then the cramps mean you are in puburty
You need to see another doctor with a fresh outlook on your situation.
A heavy bleed sounds like a miscarriage. See your doctor.
if you are more than a week late and your having brown spotting like old dry blood. take a test and contact your Gyn. Most of the time this is called implantation bleeding
I had a miscarriage about a month ago. First I started spotting after a pelvic exam which I believe is perfectly normal and does not mean you're going to have a miscarriage. Instead of the spotting getting better after a few days, it got worse, turning from brown to red and getting heavier. After about 4 days of this red, heavier bleeding (not as heavy as a period, but clumpy and heavier than spotting), I started having cramps one night after work (Election Night, to be exact). The cramps came in waves and became more intense as the night went on. The bleeding was full of large clots and I kept feeling like I had to move my bowels and I did so a few times. Several hours later, what felt like a very large blood clot came out (twice within a few minutes) and then the cramps stopped and that was it. I also had a couple of blood tests during the days when I was spotting and bleeding and my hormone levels were not increasing very much.
brown spotting is okay. That's old blood. As long as its not bright red. Sometimes i get pains down low if I move suddenly or sneeze. Not quite like cramps. You should ask your doctor if your not sure of anything that's what they're there for!
Probably not. Spotting is normal, heavy bleeding like a period is not. If you are worried, you should see your doctor for peace of mind.
Possibly. Brown spotting can be implantation bleeding. Although spotting and slight cramps as well as tender breasts can be the onset of your period or PMS. If you miss your period then do a pregnancy test. The only thing you can do for now is wait.
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.
* The most common and clear symptom of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding associated with or without pain. The blood color can range from brown to bright red and could be accompanied by cramps. Bleeding could be in the form of mild spotting, persistent bleeding, heavy bleeding and passage of large clots.
it means you need to go to the doctor.
Yes you could be pregnant. You can conceive pretty much straight away after having a miscarriage. See your doctor for confirmation.
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.
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
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.
Have you been having sex? You could be pregnant. If your period is late, you should test.
GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR ASAP Good Luck and God Bless!!!
That sounds like a typical period when on the pill.
Hey I'm and 18, But I know a good bit about this I was pregnant last DEC. and started to miscarry at 8weeks pregnant and my started out with brown discharge and mild cramps and then went to red to dark red with clots and painful cramps and I miscarried. It was the worst thing that ever happend to me and i wouldn't wish it on anyone I hope yours turns out different. Good luck! signed hurtmomAnswerwell, my second pregnancy i spotted very little and had no stomach pain whatsoever i was at work and went to the bathroom to wipe myself and seen a little pink blood and a little clot the size of a dot. I never suspected i was having a miscarriage turns out i was suppose to be 3months pregnant but my baby had been dead in me for three weeks and i didnt know it i had learned i was having a miscarriage and my baby didnt have a heart beat i am now pregnant again in the same month i had the miscarriage last year hasn't been a whole year yet but im spotting red and brown i went to the doctor they gave me a ultrasound and said to come back to see if my blood count had doubled i hope everything is ok i really want to have my baby i pray for a healthy fullterm pregnancy and for you to. AnswerAt 12 weeks pregnant I had the smallest amount of brown spotting and some cramps similar to period pain. I went to my doctor and was sent for an ultrasound and my baby had been dead for a week. I didn't bleed at all as such just a little brown spotting one day, ultrasound the next and had a D & C the next. So I guess any bleeding/spotting can mean miscarriage, please go and see your doctor right away.
Sometimes this can happen and it means nothing. There are some women who have this *small* amount of spotting and *mild, infrequent* cramps throughout their entire pregnancy. However, *any* spotting should be reported to your obstetrician immediately. Only by examining you and your unborn baby can the doctor decide if this is a "normal" occurrence or something that needs to be addressed, especially if you are having a lot of cramps.
Call your doctor or go to a clinic today. TODAY.