Spotting While Pregnant

Is light cramping with pinkish bleeding and very small clot normal?

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2008-10-22 15:22:20
2008-10-22 15:22:20

It was due to a miscarriage - it was the beginning of one anyways.

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Light, pinkish or brown bleeding - without cramps. It is not spotting if there is bright red blood, with clots and/or cramping. Call your doctor to be sure everything is normal.


Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation. Yes it can be a sign of implantation bleeding. If the bleeding is very light and not light a normal period than this could be implantation.


Light bleeding and cramping in early pregnancy are usually signs of a miscarriage. I would suggest making an appointment to meet with your doctor as soon as possible so she can check to make sure nothing is wrong with you or your baby.


Light cramping is normal, yes. If it is very painful and/or accompanied by bleeding, it is important to go straight to the hospital though. The cramps are caused by the uterus stretching as the baby grows.


It is normal to "spot" (have light bleeding) after a pap smear, but a call to your doctor is advised just to be sure.


Normal? This is hard to say. Many women report cramping and spotting and go on to have completely normal pregnancies. You will find you have various cramping while you are pregnant due to the changes your body is going through. You may also have some bleeding due to various things - rough sex, burst capiliary. A light pinkish discharge is nothing to be worried about. If you are continuing to mildly cramp and then have spotting - go to bed, put your feet up and relax. If the cramps get worse, and you start to bleed, go to the hospital - if you are attempting to miscarry they may be able to save the pregnancy. Good luck! Hello. Some women do experience light bleeding during early pregnancy and go on to have healthy babies. But all unusual symptoms, spotting and cramping should be reported to your doctor.


Hi, Yes you can. Implantation cramping is very common and usually feels like period cramping. Implantation bleeding (IB) occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex and not every woman experiences IB. Signs of IB are: * Light bleeding that lasts a few hours to 2-3 days. * Pinkish/brownish or reddish vaginal discharge. * Spotting of blood. * Spotting of blood that does not require a pad or tampon. * Spotting that is pinkish in colour. * Spotting that is brown in colour. * Light bleeding that is either pink or brown in colour and sometimes red.


Spotting is very light bleeding. It comes few and far between throughout the day or week as a very light pinkish fluid. You may only see a speckle or two of the pinkish fluid in a pantyliner throughout a full day. Bleeding is, well, bleeding. You will know if you are bleeding.


While light bleeding can be a normal symptom in pregnancy, it isn't if combined with cramping. The two together could indicate a threatened miscarriage. Sometimes it may settle, but it may increase if a miscarriage is unavoidable. Get it checked with a doctor.


Hi, *Period: - A period is a normal period, normal flow for you around the time you expect your period to arrive. You can not be pregnant and have a normal period. A period signifies that no egg has been fertilised and the egg breaks down and causes the period. * Implantation Bleeding: - Implantation Bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex when the egg has been fertilised by the sperm. Not every woman experiences implantation bleeding and it is not as common as many people believe. When implantation bleeding occurs its usually spotting of blood or light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2 (sometimes 3) days. Implantation bleeding can be: * Light bleeding in underwear. * Bleeding not requiring a pad or tampon. * Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe. * Pinkish bleeding which is light. * Brown bleeding which is light. * Discoloured pinkish, redish or brownish vaginal discharge.


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



Spotting in the 1st month usually means nothing unless it is accompanied by cramping. I have had 4 successful pregnancies and have spotted light brown/pinkish with no complications with the babies. If the bleeding becomes heavy or cramping starts you should definitely see a doctor and express your concerns


Some light cramping can be normal along with some light pink or brown discharge with a pregnancy. But it's best to check with your OB/GYN for a more accurate answer for your exact situation.


I'd say no. Implantation bleeding is scant to light. Heavy bleeding and cramping sound like a period to me.


Sometimes there is light bleeding (of the pinkish variety) after intercourse because the cervix is very sensitive when you are pregnant. Always keep a eye on ANY bleeding though. Congrats on your pregnancy!



This is completely normal to have. If these symptoms are causing problems for you see the doctor. The doctor may recomend a pill such as Pamprin to reduce these symptoms. Don't worry, lots of people have that


You need to ask your ob-gyn, this is impossible to comment on.


No. Some are heavy and some are light. Sounds normal.


a small amount of spotting early in pregnancy can be very normal known as 'implantation bleeding'. however if it gets heavy or is accompanied by cramping it may be a sign of miscarriage


yes light pain and cramping is normal in pregnant woman although all women that become pregnant don't go through it. If the pain becomes worse the there is a problem.


If you are at risk for chlamydia, you should get tested. Testing is painless, free at your local department of health, and can help you get treatment early.Signs of implantation bleeding are as follows: -Implantation bleeding occurs 8-12 days after unprotected sex. When a woman experiences implantation bleeding it means the Embryo has implanted itself in your Uterus and has began releasing HCG. You can not do a pregnancy test at this time for a further 2-3 weeks.Implantation bleeding can be light bleeding which lasts a few hours to 2-3 days.Implantation bleeding can be spotting which does not require a pad or tampon.Bleeding which is very light and does not require a tampon or pad.Bleeding or streaks of blood on tissue paper when you wipe.Brown light bleeding or pinkish light bleeding.Brown spotting of blood or pinkish/reddish spotting of blood.Brown/Pinkish or reddish discoloured vaginal discharge.


There is usually no symptoms associated with implantation bleeding apart from vaginal bleeding 8-12 days after intercourse. Not every woman will experience implantation bleeding.


a few days before your next period look for pinkish discharge or very light bleeding, this should last a few hours or up to 3 days meaning this is implantation bleeding, also look for boob tenderness, tiredness more than usual and cramping. good look chick:)



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