No, this is normal
Is it normal if woman have blood during 8 month of pregnancy for one or two days?
Brown blood is usually old blood but if it was light then rule out pregnancy.
No. Contact your doctor as soon as possible. There should not be any blood loss during pregnancy.
It can be normal to bleed during the early parts of pregnancy but not blood clots. I suggest you go to your doctor asap and tell them whats going on.
If it is when your period is meant to be, take a pregnancy test. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
All blood smells. This is normal and does not mean you are pregnant. During pregnancy you may experience vaginal bleeding to a light extent but you will not experience a normal, heavy period. Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy usually lasts 48 hours and is known as implantation bleeding. It will occur 6-12 days after intercourse.
Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.
This could be left over blood from your period, pregnancy related or caused by a UTI.
Bloody discharge is normal during pregnancy but you should consult your doctor asap
dark red can be old blood and can be normal.
Clots are common during your whole period in some people and is perfectly normal.
Brown blood is usually old or dead blood leaving the body.. Some people bleed during their whole pregnancy and often mistake it for a period. But its also signs of ectopic pregnancy, placental abruption, pre-term labor and previous surgery but the best thing is to go to your doctor or whoever does your prenatal care.
Hello. Various things could be the cause of this light brown period. Brown blood is old blood. So it sounds like your not actually having a normal period. I would see your doctor for a pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy. Hello. Various things could be the cause of this light brown period. Brown blood is old blood. So it sounds like your not actually having a normal period. I would see your doctor for a pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy.
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During early pregnancy, hormonal changes can cause ovulation or a thickening of the uterine lining that sheds, in spite of the presence of a fertilized egg. When this happens around the time of your normal period, it is called decidual bleeding and the amount of blood can be the same as a period. It occurs in about 30% of pregnancies and while bleeding in early pregnancy is always alarming, most woman go on to have a normal pregnancy. Light bleeding or spotting, before your period is due, may be implantation bleeding, again harmless. Always notify your doctor when you experience any bleeding during pregnancy.
This is normal. The blood will become less due to the friction of intercourse stopping your usual amount of blood being released. When having intercourse during your period, sometimes your period will stop and re-start a few days later which is also normal. You are also protected against pregnancy.
The blood from your period should be dark, not bright, red because it is "old" blood that the uterus sheds. It is also normal to see clots or lumps of blood during your period.
Yes this can happen sometimes. It happened to myself last week. If your period was lighter than normal for you then you need to rule out pregnancy.
4 month of pregnancy blood come out it is normal or some serious problem
jK its normal... its just old blood coming out instead of new blood
Take a pregnancy test The blood could be spotting, so you should take a pregnancy test especially if you have other pregnancy symptoms.
Blood pressure is not always low during pregnancy, sometimes it is high, and most often it is normal. The reason it may be low is that the progesterone produced during pregnancy relaxes smooth muscle (causing constipation among other things) and the muscles of the arteries relax lowering the blood pressure.
Normal discharge increasing is completely normal, during pregnancy. Discharge with blood, bad odor or green, yellow discoloration needs to be brought to your doctors attention, as a possible sign of infection.