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How concerned should you be when bleeding in your 8th week of pregnancy?

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2005-12-07 01:46:32
2005-12-07 01:46:32

Its difficult to say. Red blood, light bleeding or generally speaking bleeding of any kind SHOULD be checked by your doctor. Some women do bleed lightly during pregnancy but its not normal in the medical sense of the word because pregnant women aren't supposed to bleed. See your doctor.

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