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Is bleeding in the 7th week of pregnancy normal?

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2009-05-03 05:48:57
2009-05-03 05:48:57

No it is not,most of time bleeding around that time, heavy bleeding is due to miscarriage. Spotting is normal, bleeding is a sign of miscarriage.

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It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.


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It's not specific, you can get that from something you ate or you are just a bit stomach sick. If it has not passed after a week, call your doctor. And look over your diet.


If it's light spotting, it's probably just implantation bleeding if you're only in the 7th week. I wouldn't worry too much, but if it gets heavy call your doctor.


i think u should call ur doc asap because it s never b a good sign to have heavy bleeding while u r pregnant


Hello. I can understand how worrying this must be for you when the doctor doesn't see the foetus on a 5 week scan. But please dont be worried as this is perfectly normal. A fetus usually shows up on a ultrasound when your in your 6th week of pregnancy and sometimes the foetus doesn't become clear till your in your 7th week of pregnancy. I hope this has helped you some. Congratulations on your pregnancy.


You may want to check if you have a placenta previa. If you have any spotting at all, you may be prescribed bed rest by your doctor. I would suggest you call your doc immediately.


I believe at the 7th week of pregnancy is when your able to get an ultra sound. That's where this can be determined.


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It just looks smaller because it's dropping and not sticking right out anymore. It's normal for the belly to change later in the pregnancy.


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DefinitionVaginal bleeding in pregnancy is bleeding coming through the vagina during pregnancy, for any reason.Alternative NamesPregnancy - vaginal bleeding; Maternal blood lossConsiderationsUp to 10% of women have vaginal bleeding at some time during their pregnancy, especially in the first 3 months (first trimester). Bleeding is even more common with twins.To help prevent a miscarriage or other problems during pregnancy:Avoid smoking and using drugs of any kind, including alcohol.Eat a well-balanced diet.Get regular medical checkups.Take prenatal vitamins (or vitamins high in folic acid) before and after getting pregnant.Common CausesDuring the first 3 months, vaginal bleeding may be a sign of a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. See the doctor right away. During months 4 - 9, bleeding may be a sign of:Abruptio placentaeMiscarriagePlacenta previaVasa previaOther possible causes of vaginal bleeding during pregnancy:Early labor (bloody show)Ectopic pregnancyInfection of the cervixTrauma to the cervix from intercourse (small amount of bleeding)Other diseases and medications can cause bleeding during pregnancy. The causes may differ depending on your age.Characteristics of the bleeding can indicate its causes. These include:Length of bleedingQuality (light or heavy bleeding, with or without pain)What makes the bleeding betterWhat makes the bleeding worseHome CareAvoid sexual intercourse until you know the cause of the bleeding. Drink only fluids if the bleeding and cramping are severe.If a miscarriage occurs, expect a small amount of vaginal bleeding for up to 10 days after. Avoid using tampons for bleeding during pregnancy and for 2 to 4 weeks after miscarriage.Medication is usually not necessary -- don't take any medication without talking to your doctor.Call your health care provider ifContact your health care provider if:There is a chance of miscarriage.You have any vaginal bleeding during pregnancy. 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Vorvick, MD, Medical Director, MEDEX Northwest Division of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Washington, School of Medicine; Susan Storck, MD, FACOG, Chief, Eastside Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, Redmond, Washington; Clinical Teaching Faculty, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Washington School of Medicine. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M., Inc.


I don't know, but I have had the same issue lately. My breasts exploded 4 cup sizes up to this 7th months and now have started shrinking!?!


Not normal, but not unusual. This most often happens around the time you would have your second period. If your hormone levels are good I wouldn't think you have anything to worry about. But why do you not believe the doctor, s/he is the one who really knows what is happening?


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