The most common causes of slight spotting during pregnancy are implantation bleeding, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, placenta previa, and placental abruption.
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.
My best friend and her mother both had their period for the entire pregnancy. Yes you can still have cramping and spotting. I found that during strenuous work or a stressful day, during my pregnancies, that spotting occurred. Also, you could be cramping because the uterus is growing as the baby grows.
* implantation bleeding * changes in the cervix
Yes. Cramping during early pregnancy comes and goes.
Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.
I would call you OBGYN ASAP! or even go to the ER> that could mean two things. Either your going to have your period during pregnancy or you are having complications..
These are very good indications of pregnancy. I would take a test to be sure.
See a doctor/go to the ER, A.S.A.P. Mild spotting during pregnancy is not uncommon but if it is heavy, dark, and/or you are clotting/passing tissue it is usally something serious like a miscarriage, etopic or molar pregnancy...
No but spotting during pregnancy is common.
It all depends on your color of blood and level of pain in cramping. If your spotting is pink or brown-ish... they say it is not as big of a problem as dark red and/or heavy bleeding. I read that the embryo implants deeper during the 9th week and sometimes causes spotting and cramping. But either way, go with your intuition... ER or not!
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.
Spotting is OK But anything dark red and very blood can be cause for concern. If you are having a lot of blood and a lot of cramping you should probably go see your doctor asap!
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.
Unfortunately there are many reasons behind cramping during pregnancy, some are ok and some are not. Some main causes for cramping during pregnancy is gas, constipation, growing of the uterus, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, preterm labor and a few others. Here are a few websites with some information on cramping during pregnacny if you would like to see for yourself. * http://www.justmommies.com/articles/cramping_during_pregnancy.shtml * http://www.marchofdimes.com/pnhec/159_15241.asp * http://www.ahealthyme.com/topic/cramping
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
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
About 50% of all pregnancies have some early spotting.
Some cramping is normal during pregnancy. How far along are you? Usually cramping is a sign of uterine contractions. If your at the beginning of the pregnancy and there isn't any blood, i wouldn't worry. Even a small amount of spotting would probably be ok. Otherwise, call your doctor.
Different cramping during your period isn't a indication of pregnancy hun. If you miss your period then perform a pregnancy test.
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html Hello. Light cramps is normal during early pregnancy providing the cramps are not severe or very uncomfortable. Spotting can be normal also during early pregnancy. But spotting and cramping does need to be investigated to make sure everything is going well with the pregnancy. See your doctor asap. Common but NOT normal, there is a difference.
I understand that disappearing pregnancy symptoms so early in the game can be daunting. This could be a sign of a miscarriage, yes but see your OB to make sure everything is alright via a ultra sound. Often times in pregnancy brown spotting ( old blood) are accompanied by some light cramping (round ligament pain) as the uterus grows and expands compensating for the growing fetus/embryo. See your OB right away if you are bleeding (red) or concerned. Brown spotting is not miscarriage spotting sweetheart. Miscarriage bleeding is usually very red blood, clot or tissue in the blood and very severe cramping/abdominal pains. Light cramping is most likely not a miscarriage. During early pregnancy a lot of women experience light brown bleeding or spotting or pinkisk or brown blood. This is old blood and is also known as early pregnancy bleeding. Its very normal. But if the blood becomes red or the cramping severe, then its advisable to contact your doctor immediately in the case of a possible miscarriage. See your doctor now for a pregnancy blood test.
Discharge and cramping can occur during pregnancy, particularly during the first and third trimesters. However, they can also be signs that your period is about to arrive. Pregnancy cramping shouldn't be too painful or be accompanied by heavy bleeding