You are having these pregnancy symptoms because you're using DEPO. DEPO is notorious for hormonal imbalances, menustration problems & side effects. Your having the side effects. Change your Birth Control to tablets or use a condom.
Bleeding gums is a sign of pregnancy. Of course gingivitis is bound to affect us at some point in our live but pregnancy can make you more prone to it. Pregnancy hormones can cause your gums to swell and become inflamed, which leads to frequent, easy bleeding, especially when you floss or brush. pregnancy can make you more prone to it.
Yes bleeding is a sign of pregnancy if it is implantation bleeding
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be directed to your OB/GYN....especially bleeding with pain.
Regardless of bleeding, a pregnancy test will still detect a pregnancy. If u had a positive pregnancy test and now it is negative and you are bleeding, you likely lost the baby. :(
Decidual BleedingOne of the most common causes of period-like bleeding during pregnancy is called decidual bleeding. Sometimes, during pregnancy, your body's hormones can get out of whack, causing you to lose parts of the lining of your uterus. This is especially common in the early stages of pregnancy, before the lining has completely attached to the placenta. While it can be troublesome to think about shedding part if your uterine lining, decidual bleeding is generally not thought to be a health threat to you or your baby. There are a number of other reasons why bleeding during pregnancy may occur. Most of them present little health risk to you and your little one. However, bleeding can sometimes indicate a complication with your pregnancy. If you are pregnant, it is important to be aware of your bleeding. If you experience any abnormal bleeding at any point during your pregnancy, contact your health care provider immediately.
Hello - Heavy bleeding I would say is not a sign of pregnancy. Light bleeding or abnormal flow period for you (not including dates period arrived) can be a sign of pregnancy. Do a test in two weeks.
Very, very unlikely if you're doing the tests right.
Yes there can
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.
No They are not signs of pregnancy.
Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.
If your not bleeding then your pregnant if you start bleeding in your pregnancy it's a miscarriage
Yes implantation bleeding however any bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your doctor.
If you used the birth control pill as directed, bleeding is not a sign that it's not working. There is no additional risk of pregnancy while bleeding.
I had some cramps with my early pregnancy bleeding. Everything turned out fine.
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.
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Take a pregnancy test.
Pregnancy on the IUD is unusual. Bleeding with the IUD is not a special sign of pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
Hemorrhaging is the scientific name for bleeding, either inside the body or out of it. So it means bleeding during pregnancy, and probably beacuse of the pregnancy in some way.
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.
Yes, it is possible. I had a sub chorionic bleed that caused cramping and bleeding, including passing clots, for about 3 weeks. My doctor monitored me with ultrasounds to confirm the pregnancy was viable and that I was not at risk of serious bleeding. I am currently 11 weeks pregnant and have not had any bleeding for approximately 2 weeks.
You probably won't have a period during pregnancy. It will more than likely by implantion bleeding, a cervical change that causes vaginal bleeding or a miscarriage.
You can have light bleeding a spotting during early pregnancy but heavy, normal bleeding exactly like a period is unlikely.
no, and if you are bleeding during pregnancy u need to go see the doctor because u might have had a miscarriage