Sometimes spotting is harmless, but sometimes it's a sign of something more serious. Here is some advice from women who've been there - and some of their firsthand experiences, too.
Don't panic! First find out what's going on with your body.
Some women's experiences of spotting and miscarriage:
Here is more advice and input from others:
that means you pooped your pants.
Spotting is common, especially early in pregnancy. I would still recommend seeing a doctor just in case.
Could be. A lot of pregnant women say they spotted early in pregnancy. However, I always get brown spotting before a period.
No, but vaginal infections are. You need to see your doctor.
yes that can be very normal
Yes most of the time it is your uterus getting in place to carry your baby. If the pain is sever or the spotting is heavy contact your ob/gyn.
Spotting in gernal is very common in early pregnany. As the new baby pushes itself into the blood lining of the uterus, the extra blood sometimes comes out in spotting or a very light period
It is common to have 'spotting' (light bleeding) in early pregnancy. If it becomes heavy and painful, go to hospital quickly
Brown discharge could be implantation bleeding or early pregnancy spotting which are both common. If your period is late, take a test or go and get a blood test.
About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.
In early pregnancy, the most common cause of spotting is implantation, which is the egg implanting into your uterus, so spotting is completely normal. You don't need to worry unless the bleeding becomes heavy or it is accompanied with cramps.
About 50% of all pregnancies have some early spotting.
Take a pregnancy test
Yes & no. Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy that is red & accompanied with excessive cramping is a indication of a threatened miscarriage. However during early pregnancy spotting is very common but you should still report it to your doctor to be on the safe side.
Spotting in early pregnancy occurs more frequently then one would suspect and is considered normal. The best thing to do is to follow closely with your local ob-gyn.
Yes, this dark red or brown spotting could be implantation bleeding. This is an early sign of pregnancy.
In my experience always get spotting checked out. You'll be told it's common and Might just be a symptom of your pregnancy which can definitely be true, but sometimes it is a sign of something else sadly. The frustrating thing is not doctor or nurse will be total honest with you.
you could be pregnant, it might be early to take HPT but go see your doctor if you like to find out. i hopre this hepls.good luck!!
Yes and no, if you are spotting it may very well be just that, spotting. But it could also be 'Implantation Bleeding', common in early pregnancy. Best way to find out, go to the shop and get a pregnancy test. Better way, go to your doctor and get a blood test.
Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.
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Although some spotting in early pregnancy is "normal", it's a good idea to check with your health care provider at any sign of bleeding.