Early on in pregnancy, some spotting can be normal. However, is this spotting continuing even now? The only person who can tell you if this is a problem is your doctor. He/she can test your pregnancy hormone numbers and tell you if they are going up (in which case the pregnancy is continuing forward), or down (in which case you would be in the process of a miscarriage). I am so sorry to use the word "miscarriage" in answering you, because slight spotting can be completely normal and mean nothing. However, if it continues and you feel that is a possibility, only the doctor can tell you that. I will state this as well, that miscarriages, although tragic for all women who have experienced it, are actually very normal as well. There are statistics out there that say that 1 out of every 5 or 6 pregnancies ends in miscarriage, and sometimes you may not even realize you are pregnant at the time it would occur. I know that in my family and circle of friends, including myself, my mother, my sister and 2 of my girlfriends have all experienced one miscarriage. Three of my girlfriends and one of my sisters have not, although all have given birth to one or more healthy babies. Also, IF you are in the midst of a miscarriage, there is nothing that the doctor can do to stop it once nature has decided it is necessary. It is helpful to try to find out what may have caused it to occur, however, because it could be something that could be altered for any future pregnancies. Only your doctor can help with this. Again, please do not panic at the sight of spotting early in your pregnancy. This can be normal, and can also be accompanied by what feels EXACTLY like menstrual cramping -- both of which can be normal. All women are different. Persistent bleeding would definitely be a reason to find out from your doctor if it is normal. I wish you luck!
It could be a sign of pregnancy, or another issue. Best to consult with your physician.
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.
pink spotting is a pregnancy sign you could be well pregnant its called Implantation bleeding
iv now had 4 children, and with each pregnancy iv had spotting very early on, which was a pinkish colour and abdominal cramps, which i found worsened with each pregnancy. the doctor put it down to implantation. i hope this helps
It is more likely to be ovulation (an egg being released) as many women get spotting during this time
It can mean either one, which may not be helpful to you but its true. Spotting can be a sign of pregnancy or it can be the beginning of your period -- you'll know which one in 24 hrs. I did! For more specific medical info go to a WebMD.
If you are spotting pinkish red blood and mucus at 6 weeks pregnant, this could be normal. However, you will want to see a doctor to ensure that the pregnancy is still viable.
not likely unless there is cramping backache signs of labor..it could just be spotting from the new pregnancy
When a female is pregnant, she does not have any periods. The most you will get (until time to deliver) is some spotting in the beginning, after sexual intercourse, or near the end of the pregnancy. Spotting means a very light pinkish fluid that doesn't actually "bleed" but would appear on a pantyliner at various times throughout the day in a very small amount.If you are bleeding any more than just spotting during a pregnancy you must seek medical attention immediately. It could be extremely dangerous for you and your unborn baby if you do not get it checked out.
it doesnt sound to serious it is probably early pregnancy bleeding which happens to some women, and is usually more pinkish or brownish than a period, if you have more concerns talk to a doctor
That sound like your pregnant I had that same sign take a test
It could be pregnancy if your period is late. Do a test.
Possibly. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
If you've had a regular period, you are not pregnant. Don't confuse this with spotting which is a pinkish fluid that lightly "spots" in a pantyliner throughout the day. Spotting could possibly mean a pregnancy, or it just might mean your period is coming. To know for sure, have a pregnancy test done either with a home version or from the doctor.
You are spotting brown because the fertilized egg borrows into the uterus to attach. Some woman may also have a pinkish tint of bleeding.
Yes you could. Take a test.
it means you need to go to the doctor.
It means that you might be pregnant. Take a test
Purple Well i just started spotting yesterday, and mine changes colors. It can be a redish pinkish color, or it can be brown. Its a sign that your gonna start your period. Hope this helps.
not 100% sure, but it could be a dip in your progesterone levels go c your ob/gyn im sure its nothing to worry about. The common term known for this discharge is known as "Spotting". Nothing to worry about, as it usually only occurs for a short period, bt ask or have it checked out by your Gynocologist if it continues or get's worse.
What you described is usually implantation spotting. But I would see your doctor incase its a urinary tract infection. These are very common during pregnancy.
Spotting is very light bleeding. It comes few and far between throughout the day or week as a very light pinkish fluid. You may only see a speckle or two of the pinkish fluid in a pantyliner throughout a full day. Bleeding is, well, bleeding. You will know if you are bleeding.
yes its possible to have a pinkish or brownish spotting for a couple of hours to days around that time after conception,this is the implantation bleed