you should take a pregnancy test from a drug store...i don't really understand why you are having symptoms when you are menstrating....yeah ultra sound is unessasary for this problem,lets faceit,that would be a bit embarassing
Not always. Some women who have bleeding have successful pregnancies. However, if you have any bleeding during pregnancy, you should discuss this with your doctor who will monitor hcg or check using ultrasound to monitor the pregnancy.
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
Not very likely. But you should take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops.
The only way to be certain is by having a blood test hun. It is possible for the embryo to not show up in a ultrasound until you are 6-7 weeks into your pregnancy but because of your pregnancy symptoms vanishing, I would be concerned and suspect a miscarriage. See your doctor for a blood test.
Pregnancy tests are still accurate if you're on the contraceptive implant. If you've had regular bleeding followed by a time with no bleeding, or if you have other symptoms of pregnancy, take a test.
Could be an ectopic pregnancy, you should see a doctor immediately as that could be life-threatening.
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be investigated by your Doctor or Midwife. If you have a Early Pregnancy Unit at your Hospital, I would recommend you go there as they can perform an ultrasound to make sure everything is OK.
It is still possible to have bleeding during pregnancy, you should still consult a Doctor because if you are pregnant the bleeding could be symptoms of certain pregnancy complications that could become dangerous, possibly life threatening.
If you suspect you are pregnant and you are bleeding heavily you should go to the ER ASAP.
Yes its very possible. Cramping is a common symptoms in pregnancy and so is some minor bleeding, but if both have lasted more than 3 days you should go see your doctor. Just to be safe
No, you cannot have a positive test until about a week after implantation. Some women have a little bit of spotting during pregnancy. As long as you don't have a period and the pregnancy symptoms don't go away you should be fine. If you are worried take another test in a week or so and/or go to the doctor and ask for an ultrasound as you are spotting.
Implantation bleeding is a "one off" and should not occur every month. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be investigated by your Doctor or Ob Gyn.
Yes implantation bleeding however any bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your doctor.
Any pregnancy bleeding is scary, even though about a quarter of pregnant women experience some bleeding. Pregnancy bleeding is sometimes just spotting. Pregnancy spotting is not heavy bleeding and should not soak through a maxi pad. Spotting is a very light flow as if in the last or first days of normal period cycle. In addition, it should only occur during the first trimester of your pregnancy. There should be no bleeding in the second and third trimesters of your pregnancy. Pregnancy bleeding can be more serious and can signify a serious problem. Bleeding may be a sign of early or preterm labor. It can also be a symptom of an infection in the cervix. It is important to call your health care provider right away any time you have pregnancy bleeding, and tell them how much you are bleeding, for how long, and what the blood looks like.
First of all you should consult your doctor, pain and or heaving bleeding should take you immediately to the emergency room. Some spotting at the beginning of pregnancy is normal.
right then and there.
Maybe you should call the doctors office and let them know. Maybe they can give you a blood test or an ultrasound to see if the pregnancy is still good.
Some symptoms can be the same you should consult a doctor
Not a lot of women are pregnant and experience no pregnancy symptoms. But I would say about 2 months into the pregnancy and beyond they should experience pregnancy symptoms and a LOT of women experience symptoms a few days after conception.
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be checked by a doctor. Sometimes it can be normal but constant bleeding usually isnt.
You must bleed to miscarry. Your body has built up an environment for the baby which must be expelled from the body once the pregnancy dies. It does this by bleeding. That said, bleeding during a pregnancy does not indicate a miscarriage. There are many other reasons to bleed while pregnant. But you should get all bleeding checked up on. Bleeding is not always the first sign of a miscarriage. Other things that you may experience are cramps and loss of your pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness.
You should ask your doctor all pregnancy questions. Bleeding and pain may be caused by a miscarriage, if it's early in the pregnancy.
No, having a period, or other type of bleeding does not affect the results of a blood pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty Yes it does affect it because there is not enough progestrone to stop the "period". Having a period equals have a negative tests. Eventually this period should stop if not, you have to get an ultrasound.
Causes for vaginal bleeding include menstruation, pregnancy, miscarriage, abortion, D&C medical procedure, PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, with pain in lower belly), or (in women who have had an abortion or pregnancy and birth) uterine fibroids diagnosed by ultrasound and pelvic examination,. In all scenarios (except menstruation) you should see a Dr.
The symptoms of teen pregnancy will be the same as for adult pregnancy. You're symptoms of pregnancy include: missed period, fatigue, swollen and or tender breasts, mood swings, flu like symptoms, nausea, implantation bleeding (slightly different than a period) etc. Not all women will experience pregnancy symptoms so if you do suspect you might be pregnant, you should take a test rather than relying solely on symptoms. Not all women will experience a missed period during the first few weeks of pregnancy, so again, it is important to use other determinations of pregnancy other than symptoms. It is important for you to confirm your pregnancy as soon as possible to ensure the proper care and safety of you and your new baby. Most of these symptoms will start about two weeks after the first day of your missed period. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/