Unfortunately it sounds as though you may be having a threatened miscarriage. It is nothing to do with having sex yesterday as 8 weeks is one of the times when this may happen. If you continue to cramp and have clots, or you get red blood you need to see your doctor. Good Luck
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.
Check in with your doctor on this. If it was a miscarriage you need to be checked out.
If you only had light spotting and a bit of cramping and it has all stopped you may be pregnant.
Possible. If you're not just starting your period , then it could be an infection or possibly miscarriage.
Bleeding isn't but spotting. If it is heavy, it is unlikely that it is the sign of implantation.
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.
It all depends on your color of blood and level of pain in cramping. If your spotting is pink or brown-ish... they say it is not as big of a problem as dark red and/or heavy bleeding. I read that the embryo implants deeper during the 9th week and sometimes causes spotting and cramping. But either way, go with your intuition... ER or not!
im 16 and i was supposed to start my period a couple weeks ago and i never did now i am spotting brown blood i was wondering if anyone could tell me what that means
Yes, you can be spotting and be pregnant. It is called implantation bleeding. It usually occurs about 8-9 days after ovulation, which is around the time of your period. If you definitively know that you are pregnant, then spotting when you know that you are pregnant is also normal. As the cell mass grows, then it can break tiny blood vessels and cause spotting. However, if the spotting intensifies and is accompanied by cramping, get it checked out as these are the precursors to miscarriage. Take a pregnancy test and see your doctor to know for sure.
you could be pregnant or your period could be thrown off for whatever reason. I have had that happen to me recently I was cramping it was not bad and then boom there it was late but it was there
Any spotting or bleeding in pregnancy is abnormal so it doesn't matter what color it is.
If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.
You might be experiencing misscarriage, go to the doctor immediately .
Spotting in the 1st month usually means nothing unless it is accompanied by cramping. I have had 4 successful pregnancies and have spotted light brown/pinkish with no complications with the babies. If the bleeding becomes heavy or cramping starts you should definitely see a doctor and express your concerns
Yes, you can be spotting and be pregnant. It is called implantation bleeding. It usually occurs about 8-9 days after ovulation, which is around the time of your period. Take a pregnancy test and good luck! *** The guy above refers to the process of implantation. If you definitively know that you are pregnant, then spotting when you know that you are pregnant is also normal. As the cell mass grows, then it can break tiny blood vessels and cause spotting. However, if the spotting intensifies and is accompanied by cramping, get it checked out as these are the precursors to miscarriage.
It is unlikely that you are pregnant
This by itself isn't a sign of pregnancy. However you do have what is called break threw bleeding while pregnant. Which means you get whats like a light period or spotting.
i think so....not completely sure....
usually stress sometimes if you have intercourse that can cause bleeding even infections
Take a pregnancy test. It sounds like implantation bleeding
Yes, antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of the birth control causing breakthrough bleeding
No, absolutely not go straight to the doctor/hospital.
You need to go to the doctor and call your OB