I'm 10 weeks pregnant today and I've been spotting brown for about a week. It also happened a week prior to me finding out I was pregnant. I started to get scared because the first time it happen, was the morning after i had intercorse with my husband. I called my doctor right away. He told me it was normal. so I felt better but then it kept on happening and i panic. I called him again and he told me to take it easy and it be wise to be on bed rest until we figure out what was going on. He thought it might be the beginning of a miscarrige. But the thing with spotting is that there's no sure way to tell if it's normal or not. You just have to wait it out and see if is a miscarrige it will happen no matter what you do to try to avoid it. I had a sonogram at the doctor and he wasn't able to find the baby's heart beat and of course i got scared. He sent me to the hospital to get another sonogram, thank God they found the heart beat. I've noticed that being off my feet has really helped minimizing the spotting. Now the spooting is almost gone. I pray to God my baby will be okay. Oh! about the tender breasts, mine were really sore at the beginning and then the soreness was gone at about seven weeks gestation.AnswerI been pregnant 2x. I have a healthy 7 year old boy and one miscarriage. I also believed I am pregnant now primaryly because I been spotting today a week before my period is due. I know from expirience, that it is normal to have implantation bleeding. YOu should not worry about spotting as long as it is no with heavy cramping or Back pain, or legs and arm pain it usually indicate trouble. It is very common to spot after intercourse. The reason for this is that your cervix and vagina are like a sac full of blood and blood vessel that with the slitest touch can and will release small drop of blood. THis blood is usually no enough to just flow down so it usually comes down with some vaginal discharge and when the blood is all so that is why is brown. However, if the bleeding follows with bright blood or clotting blood. It becomes heavy, like it wets your underwears and your clothes. YOu should go to the emergency room right away. Call your Doctor on your way there. I had a miscarryge. I knew something was wrong. It felt like someone kicked me in the stomach, but through the flesh. It feels like I was being tore inside. It is very preciese. It is no something that you can sleep through, chill through. I knew I needed a doctor right away.
I am in my eighth week right now and I noticed a fairly dramatic change (in about a day) in the way my breasts felt. Before they felt like an electric current was running through them and even the slightest touch was excruciatingly SORE. I woke up "next day" with near to no pain or soreness, and have been like this ever since (only an occasional feeling of warmth there). Doctor's office says not to worry about it as everything had looked real good at my check-up the prev week. So maybe we are not freaks and the breasts do "Calm Down" a bit around week 8, even though the books say not to expect that till about the end of first trimester. Actually, we have a Physiology textbook here and there's a graph showing different hormones in preg. hCG does this big spike at the beg, peaking at about Week 10, then drops equally dramatically. My doctor's office said I passed "the big surge" now (I guess the slope is less near the top of the peak), plus your body really begins to adjust to these new levels of things. Anyhow, for me I have no cramping and still suffer greatly from THIRST, which is the thing I've noticed most so far. I'm hoping that these signs mean the quieter breasts are okay, not the end of the world. Do you still have any other pregnancy signs? Do you have an ultrasound appointment yet? Try to keep busy and GOOD LUCK. I think you and I both need to remember that nature is taking its course and - as long as we are looking after ourselves and following doctor's orders - there is really little else we can do.
Anyway, I hope it helps to know someone else out here has the same "symptom"!
It is still possible to be pregnant and have spotting. You should take a pregnancy test to make sure.
Contact your doctor and let he or she decide wot you should do. -Aradia [Sil]
Yes. It could be implantation bleeding. You should see your doctor for any bleeding during pregnancy.
You can, there's nothing about spotting that would effect the outcome of the pregnancy test or stop you from being able to take a pregnancy test. You can use a pregnancy test from two weeks after sex.
No spotting during pregnancy is very common many women have a full period during pregnancy. however you should consult with a doctor on certain positions of sex you can have during pregnancy.
Yes, I've had it happen to me when I was pregnant. Please note it should just be spotting nothing heavy and should only last a day or two. Hope this helps and good luck.
Yes, also known as implantation bleeding. It can mean all sorts really. Spotting can be Implantation bleeding which doesn't always mean your pregnant and spotting should be checked up by a doctor or midwife. If you think you may of had spotting take a pregnancy test cause the results should work.
Spotting is common after a pap smear, particularly during pregnancy. All spotting during pregnancy should be discussed with your health care provider.
No, it doesn't. It doesn't mean "NOT pregnancy" either. What it should mean to you is "I should definitely see a doctor about this."
Spotting in early pregnancy is fairly common, and usually as long as it isn't bright red or heavy or associated with a fever or severe cramping you should be okay. That said any bleeding and/or spotting in pregnancy should be reported to your doctor.
Generally around when your period should be
Yes & no. Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy that is red & accompanied with excessive cramping is a indication of a threatened miscarriage. However during early pregnancy spotting is very common but you should still report it to your doctor to be on the safe side.
A lot of times spotting is perfectly normal. However, you should always check with your doctor. Sometimes it's not.
Sometimes women have implantation spotting that they confuse with their period. You should take a pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant.
Spotting is an early sign of pregnancy as it can show that it would either be your hormone cycle triggering bleeding when you period should have been due or that a fertilised egg is embedding into your uterus lining. Spotting is either a light red like your period but can vary up to a brown colour. It is completely normal is pregnancy and is usually the earliest sign, so yes take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant!
There are many reasons that you could be spotting. You should make an appointment with your doctor and have blood work done.
You should get a pregnancy test just to make sure
During the first weeks of pregnancy the breasts will become enlarged and sore. However the pain should go away by the end of the first trimester.
It's when you have little but of blood on your panties or when you wipe, but not your actual period. It can be a sign of pregnancy, a cyst or a polyp, or a sign of pregnancy. It can also happen just from stress. If you have an IUD and are having spotting it can be a sign of infection so you should go to the doctor. If you are in the early stages of pregnancy some spotting is usually normal but if the bleeding becomes heavier or is accompanied by cramps you should go to the doctor.
The female breasts should not "leak" unless you have recently given birth. If you have discharge at any other time (not pregnancy related), it should be checked by a doctor.
Hello, I doubt using a treadmill causes any of the above symptoms hun but these are pregnancy symptoms so you may be pregnant. Perform a pregnancy test if your period doesn't arrive. Please note this is advice only and should not be used in place of that of a medical expert.
Spotting can be brown, pink, orange, bright red, dark red, and/or black. It really depends on the reason for the spotting. If you are having spotting of any color or are bleeding heavily you should contact your Dr right away.
Take a pregnancy test.
The spotting could have been implantation spotting (when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterus), therefore you should take a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not.
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.