Is something wrong if you spot during pregnancy?
No, depending if you have strong cramps with or not, but you could contact your doctor.
Not everyone does spot during pregnancy.. It isn't something I would wait for.. I did with my first but not at all with my second. The question was when not can....some women would begin spotting during their second to third month or pregnancy but it shouldn't be more than that otherwise it would be something to worry about.
Yes, you can. It happened with my first pregnancy. I started spotting when I was 11-12 days late and it was a few days later that the flow was heavy. I thought something was wrong with the baby but when I went to the doctors, they told me it was fine and my baby was okay. So yes, you can definitely have a flow during pregnancy. Some women may confuse it with their period and…
I'm not a doctor, but I am a mother. You can spot during pregnancy as well as have a regular period during pregnancy. I would suggest waiting three weeks from the missed period and take an over the counter pregnancy test. You should schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss this with them.
What does it mean if you tested positive on a home pregnancy test but you started spotting right after?
Can you be pregnant and starte your period a week early and spotted pink and brown then your period get heavier?
You first have to know that every girl/woman is unique in her own way and may have many traits that her friends, relatives, etc do not. It can be normal for some women to spot at anytime throughout their menstrual cycle. Some women have been known to spot throughout an entire pregnancy. If you feel something is unusual or you have a concern, it would be best to visit your doctor to find out for…
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.