yes its normal.do not worry
When it comes to pregnancy everything and nothing is normal. I had loss of appetite throughout my entire pregnancy. I'm sure it will pass and I would not worry much about it.
Is it normal if woman have blood during 8 month of pregnancy for one or two days?
you'll need to give more details hun! there could be many reasons, spotting is quite normal. check it out with ur LMC.
I just experienced the same thing lastnight!! So I was wondering the same thing. It was right after intercourse though.. IS this normal?
yes it is.
A lunar month is a month calculated on the moon. It is a 28 day month versus the normal monthly variable.
Yes this is very normal hun. The nipple discharge you're having is colostrum & will not turn into milk until after the delivery of your baby.
Maybe you lost your mucus plug
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Bleeding during pregnancy is not normal. Any bleeding can indicate a threatened miscarriage. See your doctor.
what is the use velosef in pregnancy ?after use the velosef 1000mg in 2nd month of pregnancy zygote is week tell me about
is low blood pressure normal in ninth month of pregnancy
Yes it happens and is perfectly fine.
4 month of pregnancy blood come out it is normal or some serious problem
Yes, they are normal and are caused by the pregnancy hormones
There is a better chance that a fetus born during this month will survive. The fetus continues to grow rapidly and may weigh as much as 3 lbs (1.3 kg)
Yes you can still have your period during the first month of pregnancy if it is just spotting. If it is a normal period your most likely not pregnant. you can also have something called vaginal bleeding during pregnancy because the placenta has not had a chance to set and this is commonly mistaken for a period by most women.
Yes. Because it is getting ready for birth
yes, you can actually have a normal period every month during your pregnancy
The 16th month of a normal human pregnancy
No, you cannot have a period the first month of pregnancy or at any other time during pregnancy. Menstruation occurs if the egg has not been fertilised, and you cannot menstruate during pregnancy.
Yes. Those are braxton hicks contractions. very normal. These practice contractions occur at various times during pregnancy, but can increase in intensity during your last month. They happen at random and are typically not painful. They do not dilate the cervix as real contractions do.
Yes, this is normal, as the baby and the mother prepares for delivery the baby must move toget in the right position, so you may notivce this fromt he 7th month but it will also continue to seem to move downwards until delivery.