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It is still possible to be pregnant and have spotting. You should take a pregnancy test to make sure.

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Early symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are spotting that does not go away, and pain on the side where the ectopic is. However, these symptoms mimick normal pregnancy symptoms. It is difficult to diagnose an ectopic any earlier than 4 weeks.


If you have any kind of spotting at any point in your pregnancy it is crucial to go to the doctor (or emergency room). That's untrue you can have spotting during the 1st trimester of your pregnancy it isn't too uncommon, though if it doesn't go away I would suggest seeing the doctor.


About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.


Spotting is more common within the first few weeks of pregnancy.... Although is it not as common it is still possible to experience spotting later in Pregnancy


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spotting can be pregnancy or just normal. all girls are different. sometimes spotting just happens.


Yes, that's perfectly normal. Some people get spotting and some don't. It just depends on the woman. Everybody's pregnancy is different.


Pregnancy is still a possibility. Many women can confuse spotting during pregnancy for a period but it's not. Spotting during pregnancy is normal. Take a pregnancy test to be sure.


4 month of pregnancy blood come out it is normal or some serious problem


Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.


Take a pregnancy test The blood could be spotting, so you should take a pregnancy test especially if you have other pregnancy symptoms.



Actually, it is NOT normal to have cramping especially if it is accompanied by bleeding. If you experience spotting and cramping, consult your doctor immediately.


It is normal not to feel any symptoms, I started feeling pregnancy symptoms when I was 6 weeks!


Take another test... normal symptomsTake another test, but yes these are some symptoms. It is normal to feel cramping for the first few weeks during a pregnancy, this happens when the egg tries to embed itself into the uterine wall. Spotting is also normal, as well as breast tenderness. See a doctor to find out the truth. Sometimes these symptoms could mean other things. Good luck AnswerHello there. Based on what you said, you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms. I would wait another week and do a pregnancy test. But if your on birth control pills, these will give you pregnancy symptoms also.If you cant wait a week then see your doctor for a blood test. This will be accurate now.


In all things pregnancy - seek the consultation of a doctor.


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Typically the first spotting occurs during implantation. Some women don't experience ANY spotting. This is normal.


Depending on when you're spotting and how much you're spotting. It could just be from ovulation or hormone fluctuations, or it could be a sign of infection or even pregnancy. But it's not generally normal.


I just came back home from the hospital. I went in for vaginal spotting. Doctor confirmed my pregnancy (6/7 Ala along) and said that spotting during early pregnancy is fairly common as long as its not accompanied by chills, fever, heavy bleeding with or without blood clots. I tested positive for a UTI and doc stated that the spotting could be from that. He put me antibiotics for a week. I have no UTI symptoms besides the spotting and twitched/vibrations around uterus. Good luck.


No all the spotting should be light , and not last as long as your normal period. Yes, this is very normal during the early weeks of pregnancy.


if youre ovulating, then youre not pregnant. it's just ovulation spotting. it's normal.


Only about 30% of women have implantation spotting. It is not necessary for a healthy normal pregnancy.


If you are on birth control then that is normal because it is a side effect. Bleeding between periods can be pregnancy BUT its depends on the person. There are many other reasons why you can be spotting.



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