Most likely not. Spotting and cramping is natural after sex for many women. Especially young women. if it suddenly stops it does not mean you are pregnant. For you to actually feel anything, it could take months. the only thing to watch for, if you are really nervous is a small steady fever. A fever of 99 or 100 usually mean that the body is undergoing to heavy change. If you are slightly feverish for a few days then you may have something there.
Actually, it is NOT normal to have cramping especially if it is accompanied by bleeding. If you experience spotting and cramping, consult your doctor immediately.
Sometimes spotting (pink discharge) and mild cramping are signs of implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterus. However, you may be ovulating and experiencing mittelschmerz (middle of the month pain or ovulation pain). Spotting can sometimes occur with ovulation. If you continue to experience spotting and pain, see your physician.
See a doctor/go to the ER, A.S.A.P. Mild spotting during pregnancy is not uncommon but if it is heavy, dark, and/or you are clotting/passing tissue it is usally something serious like a miscarriage, etopic or molar pregnancy...
Spotting is more common within the first few weeks of pregnancy.... Although is it not as common it is still possible to experience spotting later in Pregnancy
can a baby survive at 20 weeks? if ur spotting and cramping
The signs that show up are cramping, spotting, vomiting.
Some cramping is normal during pregnancy. How far along are you? Usually cramping is a sign of uterine contractions. If your at the beginning of the pregnancy and there isn't any blood, i wouldn't worry. Even a small amount of spotting would probably be ok. Otherwise, call your doctor.
Yes, a pap smear can cause some spotting afterwards. Call your Dr. if it becomes heavy or you have cramping.
You know you are pregnant if you experience the following early symptoms;breast changes,fatigue and Spotting and Cramping. Above all if you miss your periods it means you are pregnant.
Not really. Typically your ovulation "toggles" between the two ovaries and so your period may be lighter or heavier depending. Spotting or cramping comes later.
usually stress sometimes if you have intercourse that can cause bleeding even infections
Take a pregnancy test. It sounds like implantation bleeding
If have missed a normal period, and have experienced spotting and cramping that isn't like your normal flow, taking a pregnancy test is recommended. It is relatively common in early pregnancy to have spotting and cramping from the fertilized egg burrowing into your uterine lining. If it comes back negative, don't fret. Major changes can affect your menstrual cycle, from changes in birth control, exercise habits and even stress, to name a few.
Yes & no. Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy that is red & accompanied with excessive cramping is a indication of a threatened miscarriage. However during early pregnancy spotting is very common but you should still report it to your doctor to be on the safe side.
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.
I understand that disappearing pregnancy symptoms so early in the game can be daunting. This could be a sign of a miscarriage, yes but see your OB to make sure everything is alright via a ultra sound. Often times in pregnancy brown spotting ( old blood) are accompanied by some light cramping (round ligament pain) as the uterus grows and expands compensating for the growing fetus/embryo. See your OB right away if you are bleeding (red) or concerned. Brown spotting is not miscarriage spotting sweetheart. Miscarriage bleeding is usually very red blood, clot or tissue in the blood and very severe cramping/abdominal pains. Light cramping is most likely not a miscarriage. During early pregnancy a lot of women experience light brown bleeding or spotting or pinkisk or brown blood. This is old blood and is also known as early pregnancy bleeding. Its very normal. But if the blood becomes red or the cramping severe, then its advisable to contact your doctor immediately in the case of a possible miscarriage. See your doctor now for a pregnancy blood test.
Typically the first spotting occurs during implantation. Some women don't experience ANY spotting. This is normal.
My best friend and her mother both had their period for the entire pregnancy. Yes you can still have cramping and spotting. I found that during strenuous work or a stressful day, during my pregnancies, that spotting occurred. Also, you could be cramping because the uterus is growing as the baby grows.
Probably yes, have a pregnancy test for a more definitive result
Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.
Yes. You can have spotting in between cycles or at the start of a very light period. Take a home pregnancy test if you'd like to confirm whether or not you are pregnant
I was almost 2 months pregnant and had cramps the whole time, i asked my doctor and all my friends who have been pregnant if it was normal to experience cramping and they all said yes. I started spotting and had my first miscarriage. I would go make sure everything is okay.
Yes, this could be implantation bleeding. It can also be coupled with cramping.
Very common. Brown blood is old blood and should not be too concerning. If you begin spotting red blood or experience cramping you should contact your OB.