Periods while Pregnant

If you got your period a week early and it is still going but has been bright red and has a lot of dark red clumps and you have had cramping and vomiting could you be experiencing a miscarriage?


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2015-07-15 19:35:18
2015-07-15 19:35:18

Possibly, but it could just be a heavy period. The clumps and cramps worry me though. You should call your doctor and talk to them. There are things that need to be done a lot of the time after a pregnancy.

go to a doctor right away.


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Yes. If you are pregnant and are bleeding and cramping, go to the E.R. immediately. There are other complications that can cause bleeding and when medical help is sought soon enough, it may be possible to avoid miscarriage.

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If you are having a miscarriage, it is not going to be hard to tell. Depending on how many weeks, or months you are the symptoms will vary. Signs of a miscarriage are heavy bleeding, the blood is a bright red, it is severly clumpy, and you will have extemely severe cramping in your lower stomach(the area of your uterus). If you are up to 10 weeks at least then your embryo sac(the sack the baby develops in) will also be bled out.

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