yes,as long as it is not bright red you will be fine.
It is normal for vaginal bleeding to range from bright red to brown during a period, spotting, or pregnancy. Dark brown blood is generally associated with spotting or with the end of a period and is usually not a cause for concern. However, if you are worried or notice any different smells or symptoms, consult with your doctor.
There is no definite answer for that, spotting during pregnancy is normal but the period it takes varies with individuals. Some women have it upto 8 weeks in their first trimester and others have bleeding on and off till just around their due date. Better yet, always consult your Gyna to be on the safe side. Answer It is very rare. Have you taken a pregnancy test?
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