It could mean anything. Worst case scenario is that it is a miscarraige. You should ask your doctor what it means since he is the one who knows the most about this situation. You will know it is a misscarraige when you bleed heavily like a period and cramp really bad. If this happens, realize that your body is passing a bad embryo and if you had carried it to term, the baby could have serious problems. Everything happens for a reason. Grieve in a healthy way for your loss and try again when you are emotionally ready. The drop in pregnancy hormones may cause depression, deal with it, don't ignore it. Good luck!
Yes, You would be wise to see a doctor about it as soon as possible.
You really need to talk to your doctor or the person who did the ultrasound about this.
I would talk to your doctor
im no doctor but id stick to water
The people reading the ultrasound will report their findings to your doctor and he can tell you what is going on.
Vigorous sex can cause some light bleeding. An ultrasound at the doctor will make sure baby is fine.
If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.
The best way to find out what is happening is to have an ultrasound scan, so you can actually see if there is a serious problem. Often there is no apparent reason for vaginal bleeding in pregnancy.
no No; go see a doctor ASAP if you have bleeding while pregnant.
If you are 12 weeks pregnant, it is not implantation bleeding. Consult your doctor right away.
Usually a doctor wants to see you for the first ultrasound when you're appr. 10-13 weeks pregnant.
No the ultrasound is usually right, it's called a miss miscarriage I think.
You see a doctor for a ultrasound to see how far along you are.
Yes they can. They use ultrasound.
Not necessarily. I had an ectopic pregnancy that was not discovered until my 1st ultrasound at 10 weeks. I had no pain or bleeding at all.
You must see your doctor. There shouldn't be bleeding.
No. See your doctor.
Not a pregnancy symptom, go to the doctor
Only your Doctor can truly answer this question. Was you definitely pregnant and was it confirmed by pregnancy test or blood test? If you are/was pregnant and you are now experiencing bleeding, abdominal cramping etc, you should go to A & E, Early Pregnancy Unit or contact your Doctor immediately.
Yes. Through an ultrasound and information such as when your last period was, your doctor can tell you.
If you are cramping and bleeding and you ARE pregnant you are having a miscarriage. you need to see a doctor.
there is no reason to be bleeding at all while pregnant so contact your doctor immediately:/
The thing i don't understand is that you wouldn't get an ultrasound done unless they knew for sure u were pregnant? And when you have a miscarriage ur symptoms go away, and bleeding is normal in pregnancies, however something you should discuss with your doctor. But your pregnant just to early to see on an ultrasound, u cant really see anything until around 7-8 weeks
Blood test and ultrasound at the doctor. Then you can be absolutely sure.
You go to the doctor and have a ultrasound.