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If you have spotting for one day and bleed really heavy for two days then have spotting again does that mean you had a miscarriage?


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2015-07-16 18:18:08
2015-07-16 18:18:08

No, but the bleeding that you wrote about "could" be a symptom of miscarriage as well as a number of other things. You should see your OBGYN, doctor or local health dept. without delay.

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While many women who miscarry will start with only spotting, it is possible that the first sign of miscarriage can be heavy bleeding, possibly with clot or tissue passage.

It depends on the person I bleed for 5 days after my miscarriage

I bleed for 2 days very heavy with a lot of clotting usually i would know it was happening and make it to the toilet and then continued to bleed for about 9 days but not as heavy more like spotting.

Yes women usually bleed during a miscarriage since that is the embryo and the lining of the uterus coming out.

Spotting is pretty much like what it sounds like, its a very light bleed it can happen for many reasons, it could be the implantation, the start of a miscarriage, a rupture in the placenta, plus ther are many other reason's for spotting sometimes just no reason.If it happens right before your period then yes you are probably pregnant.Because if it is the starting of a miscarriage... well, when your pregnant you don't get your period and when theres a miscarriage then theres no more baby so miscarriage before period could mean your pregnant cause its backwards than when your pregnant your pregnant you get your period your not pregnant!so the backwards way is no baby then period so then pregnant. so theres your answer POOPING DURING SPOTTING MEANS YOU MIGHT BE CONSTAPATED WHEN YOUR DONE YOUR SPOTTING. SO IF YOUR SPOTTING AND YOU TAKE A POOP JUST TO LET YOU KNOW ITS NOT NORMAL GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Yes you can have a miscarriage at any point in pregnancy and not bleed or have any normal signs of miscarriage

it is a big red flag it could mean you are but some women bleed during pregnancy and dont miscarriage but you need to go to the er asap i have miscaried and it started with spotting so please go to the docter

no,it is a sign of miscarriage.

For some women, yes, however it could also be the sign of a miscarriage and thus you should most definitely contact your doctor immediately.

The blood appears during the miscarriage it could take up to 3 weeks after a miscarriage occurs before you bleed.

Depending upon breed and size, a dog can be in heat from three to five weeks but bleeding doesn't occur the entire time. It will begin as a clear discharge, followed by some spotting, a heavier bleed, spotting again, and end with another clear discharge. The average obvious bleed lasts about one to two weeks.

1-4 weeks and you get your period back within 8 weeks if you have a early miscarriage.

When I had a miscarriage I had really horrible cramps and I started to bleed even though I was not on my period. I already knew that I was pregnant and when i went into my doctor to take another test she told me I had lost the baby. Hope this help

Yes, it is called spotting.

why would you use a tampon during implantation. you shouldn't bleed much just very light spotting. I don't think it will cause a miscarriage but i imagine it would be rather uncomfortable and could increase your chance for infection. try a pantiliner instead

Well it could mean that you are having a miscarriage, but spotting while you're pregnant around the time you have your period is normal. It could also mean that something might be wrong with the fetus(baby).

Honey, it's called a spotting. It's completely normal. If you have had sex, it's possible you may be pregnant.

If you had unprotected sex, yes you could be pregnant even with the spotting.

You bleed a little bit about 10 days after conception but clotting can be a sign of miscarriage

Yes I do. But usually just spotting. I bleed periodlike when I am late for my shot.

No. Spotting can be caused by a variety of things, and you may not bleed at all if you're pregnant.

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