All pregnancy test are not accurate so be careful it might have read something wrong so the best thing to do is go to the doctor and find out if in fact you are really pregnant and if your not pregnant go on with life a baby will come eventually
* The most common and clear symptom of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding associated with or without pain. The blood color can range from brown to bright red and could be accompanied by cramps. Bleeding could be in the form of mild spotting, persistent bleeding, heavy bleeding and passage of large clots.
Yes. If you are pregnant and are bleeding and cramping, go to the E.R. immediately. There are other complications that can cause bleeding and when medical help is sought soon enough, it may be possible to avoid miscarriage.
With any bleeding during a pregnancy you need to contact your doctor right away. This is not a medical forum and I am not a doctor, but bleeding and clots are often accompanied by a miscarriage. See you doc ASAP. Good Luck.
You bleed A LOT when you have a miscarriage and during your period you also bleed bright red so see a doctor if unsure. Take a pregnancy test 2 weeks after.
Hemorrhoids cause bright red anal bleeding.
Its very difficult to say. Any bleeding during pregnancy is usually referred to as a threatened miscarriage even though a miscarriage doesn't happen. Its only a medical term for it so dont be alarmed hun. But really you should see your doctor this week. You need this sorting and to find out if the baby is ok. But on a better note, what you described sounds like implantation bleeding due to its lightness and consistency so it may be left over blood from the implantation. Still see your doctor.
Severe cramping, heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, sudden stop in pregnancy symptoms are a few. If you feel that you may be having a miscarriage contact your dr and go to the ER immediately.
if it is bright red, you need to call a doctor right now. if you are having cramps, it could be a miscarriage, and you need to get to an emergency room.
It is not uncommon to bleed during the first weeks of pregnancy. Often it will settle, or it may continue on to a miscarriage, and the bleeding become heavier and be accompanied by cramps. To be on the safe side, take it easy, and see a doctor if it seems to be more than just a small amount, is increasing, or you develop a fever.
It depends on how long hve u been pregnant. But mostly it's a week or less. If u keep bleeding after a week, and it's bright red, you should consult a doctor.
Symptoms of miscarriage include but are not limited to: heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, cramping, loss of pregnancy symptoms, dizziness, and abdominal pain. If you feel that you could be having a miscarriage or have any type of bleeding during pregnancy you should call your Dr. If you are having heavy bleeding (more than 1 pad per hour), back/shoulder pain, smelly discharge, yellow/green discharge, or fever you should go to the ER immediately.
if this is the only bleed you have had since the miscarriage then it is just your body getting rid of whats left in the womb. bleeding after a miscarriage can and usually does last up to a month so dont worry until it goes on longer than that. The thick red mucus is just the thickened lining of the womb where it thickened to accomodate the baby. try not to worry. a midwife
I am a nurse, not a midwife, but to me dark blood, almost black is a sign of an old bleed i.e. bright red is fresh bleeding happening right now. Either way heavy bleeding of any description should be checked immediately. If this is what is happening to you call a helpline or doctor right now please. Let me know how you get on.
Bright red bleeding from the rectum is known as hematochezia. In contrast, melena is dark, tarry stools from digested blood higher in the GI tract.
If you are having a miscarriage, it is not going to be hard to tell. Depending on how many weeks, or months you are the symptoms will vary. Signs of a miscarriage are heavy bleeding, the blood is a bright red, it is severly clumpy, and you will have extemely severe cramping in your lower stomach(the area of your uterus). If you are up to 10 weeks at least then your embryo sac(the sack the baby develops in) will also be bled out.
Are you sure it was 2 periods. It sounds like you had a "miscarriage". I hope you are O.K. It wouldn"t be a bad idea to go to the doctor or clinic to check.
I'm sorry to say that this is more than likely a chemical pregnancy. hCG levels can drop rapidly during a miscarriage.
It depends on the amount of the bleeding. If you are spotting, just a tiny bit of blood, probably brown and not bright red blood, probably not. If you are soaking pads, then probably.If you are also cramping, then probably.The most important thing to do is get immediatly to your health care provider or the closest emergency room or urgent care.Yes, immediaely.
First off if you think you are having a miscarriage you should contact your Dr right away. Symptoms may include : Heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, passing of clots and/or tissue, cramping, back pain, sudden stop of pregnancy symptoms, and home pregnancy test going from positive to negative. You should go to the ER right away if you have any sever bleeding, shoulder pain, smelly/yellow/green discharge, fever, blurred vision, or fainting as these all could be signs of something much more serious.
No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.