Periods while Pregnant

Is is possible to have a period followed by very light spotting during pregnancy?

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2008-04-21 02:28:30

Typically women that experience a "period" during pregnancy really only have slight bleeding with implantation. This is called implantation spotting. If you have confirmed you are pregnant, you should see a doctor for any bleeding.

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Spotting is more common within the first few weeks of pregnancy.... Although is it not as common it is still possible to experience spotting later in Pregnancy


No but spotting during pregnancy is common.


No spotting during pregnancy is very common many women have a full period during pregnancy. however you should consult with a doctor on certain positions of sex you can have during pregnancy.


Pregnancy is still a possibility. Many women can confuse spotting during pregnancy for a period but it's not. Spotting during pregnancy is normal. Take a pregnancy test to be sure.


The most common causes of slight spotting during pregnancy are implantation bleeding, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, placenta previa, and placental abruption.



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sometimes it can be but i would get it looked at.....


No, any heavy bleeding during pregnancy needs to be reported to your health care provider.


Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.


Typically the first spotting occurs during implantation. Some women don't experience ANY spotting. This is normal.


In all things pregnancy - seek the consultation of a doctor.


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.


My best friend and her mother both had their period for the entire pregnancy. Yes you can still have cramping and spotting. I found that during strenuous work or a stressful day, during my pregnancies, that spotting occurred. Also, you could be cramping because the uterus is growing as the baby grows.


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Is it normal if woman have blood during 8 month of pregnancy for one or two days?


That has nothing to do with it! sorry! Congrats though!


Yes. Spotting is a bloody vaginal discharge or light bleeding down under. Spotting during pregnancy is nothing to be worried about. It is especially common during the first trimester.Congrats!


No, spotting means light bleeding such as pink or brown discharge - heavy bleeding suggests menstruation, although it is possible to bleed during pregnancy if you are bleeding when menstruation was due then it is likely menstruation.


* implantation bleeding * changes in the cervix



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