Discharge and cramping can occur during pregnancy, particularly during the first and third trimesters. However, they can also be signs that your period is about to arrive. Pregnancy cramping shouldn't be too painful or be accompanied by heavy bleeding
usually stress sometimes if you have intercourse that can cause bleeding even infections
Slight bleeding is common during early pregnancy. If the bleeding becomes very heavy or you experience abdominal cramping then this is a sign of a miscarriage. See your doctor for confirmation of the pregnancy via a blood test.
The biggest symptom is heavy bleeding and cramping. Call your doctor immediately if you experience bleeding at anytime during your pregnancy.
Yes. Cramping during early pregnancy comes and goes.
You are probably safe. But unfortunately there are many reasons for cramping during pregnancy, some which are good and some which are not so good. It could be because of implantation bleeding, gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage and a few other reasons. You might want to talk to your doctor if you are too concerned.
bleeding, sometimes pain and cramping. All bleeding cannot be considered an immediate miscarriage. An ultrasound and fetal hearttones need to confirm.
Unfortunately there are several reasons for cramping, some are good and some are not so good. Cramping can be due to: implantation bleeding, gas, constipation, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, growth of the uterus and a few others. But if you find it too concerning, you should contact your doctor.
Cramping without bleeding can happen on and off during pregnancy, in early pregnancy this may feel like strong period cramps, as long as it is not accompanied by bleeding it is usually nothing to worry about.When you notice this, get off your feet for a short time while you drink a large glass of water, (being dehydrated can cause contractions) it should let up. If not call your doctor or midwife.In later pregnancy this is most often Braxton-Hix contractions. As long as there is no bleeding and the cramps subside when you relax and rest, rather than getting more frequent and stronger no matter what you do, all perfectly normal.At any time during pregnancy you start cramping, with spotting, bleeding or notice a clear or tinged fluid leaking from your vagina call your doctor or midwife, ASAP.If you notice after activity you are cramping, get off of your feet and drink a large glass of water. If in an hour the cramping is no better or you are passing any fluid, call your doctor.
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.
If it is light cramping and not accompanied by bleeding, they are normal and are caused by the uterus expanding and stretching to make space. If they are severe and/or accompanied by bleeding, it is important to go to the hospital to get them checked out
No, any cramps or bleeding while pregnant is abnormal and usually the sign of a miscarriage. If this occurs during a pregnancy go to the hospital straight away.
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.
Unfortunately there are several reasons contributing to cramping during pregnancy. They can be due to gas, constipation, implantation bleeding, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage,vanishing twin syndrome, or pre-term labor.
There is such a wide range of normal that I would not worry unless the cramps are really bad and/or you have bleeding.
Yes, cramping CAN be a sign of miscarriage. It could also be a sign of something else. If you experience cramping during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it.AnswerI have been pregnant 4 times, 2 miscarriages, and 2 healthy babys came from my pregnancies. I had cramping with my two successful ones and no cramping until after heavy bleeding with my miscarriages. Cramping can be a normal sign of pregnancy, if it is accompanied by bleeding you should consult your doctor.
you body is going through a lot a this time, so if there no bleeding or bad cramping you ok i had that with my son i was 5months or more cause he constantly move around in my stomach
Any bleeding during pregnancy needs to be evaluated by a doctor. Heavy bleeding is a sign of miscarriage, but you have to see a doctor to be sure and to be checked for your health, as well.
You should contact your doctor right away. 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
Yes, it is possible. I had a sub chorionic bleed that caused cramping and bleeding, including passing clots, for about 3 weeks. My doctor monitored me with ultrasounds to confirm the pregnancy was viable and that I was not at risk of serious bleeding. I am currently 11 weeks pregnant and have not had any bleeding for approximately 2 weeks.
It can be. Sometimes you get cramp like pains due to your uterus stretching. Milky white discharge is probably leukorrhea which is very common during pregnancy. If you have concerns, call your doctor. They get questions like this all of the time...and that is what you pay them for. :)
Well it depends. This sounds kind of serious I would go to a doctor right away. Sounds like a miscarrage, you shouldn't be bleeding that profusely when pregnant.
Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.
Different cramping during your period isn't a indication of pregnancy hun. If you miss your period then perform a pregnancy test.