Bleeding during pregnancy is not normal. Any bleeding can indicate a threatened miscarriage. See your doctor.
bleeding, sometimes pain and cramping. All bleeding cannot be considered an immediate miscarriage. An ultrasound and fetal hearttones need to confirm.
A miscarriage is losing a fetus accompanied by bleeding. A period is the sluffing off of the uterine lining each month when a pregnancy has NOT occurred.
Well, it will abort the foetus for starters, and it can cause bleeding for the mom.
Not necessarily- bleeding in the first trimester is very common, however it depends on how much bleeding you are actually experiencing. If its just spotting once or twice, then you should be fine. If its heavy bleeding then you may be having a miscarriage. If you are unsure or worried, just call your doctor!
That little bleeding was probably implantation bleeding, I would guess you are about 4 weeks pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
Depends on how far along you are I was only about a month along when I miscarried and I only bled for 4 days
That does not indicate a miscarriage one way or another. You should see your doctor so he can evaluate your bleeding and cycles. It could be a cyst or a lot of other reasons for bleeding more than once per cycle.
Not exactly. Some women have bleeding in the first month of two of pregnancy, but it is not technically a period. Also, if you have heavy bleeding during pregnancy, you might actually be having a miscarriage.
Pain that is heavy cramping and accompanied by bloody discharge or bleeding like having a period could indicate a miscarriage. It is difficult to tell that early in a pregnancy unless you have a doctor's exam.
I had a miscarriage at 9 wks about a month ago on a Sunday and I stopped bleeding exactly a wk later I spotted alittle on Monday but nothing after....I'm sry ur going through this
Does 5 month pregnant woman take medicine for miscarriage?
It is probably not going to be your period. Bleeding during pregnancy usually occurs in a sequence (if there is bleeding) 1)implantation bleeding (occurs when the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterine lining) 2) cervical changes which causes vaginal bleeding or 3) a miscarriage.
Yes you can.
It is possible you are around 6 weeks pregnant. You need to see your doctor for certain and to make sure the bleeding you experienced isn't caused by a miscarriage.
It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.
Did you mean a miscarriage? You should go to see your dr and find out from them. If after that you've had heavy bleeding then it may have been a miscarriage. kailey
If the hospital told you had a miscarriage then you probably did but if you still feel like you are pregnant go buy a pregnancy test to see if you still are to make yourself feel better. I had a miscarriage and my doctor told me it takes a full month for the pregnancy symptoms to go away. Until you have your next period you will still have all your symptoms. And, your first period after a miscarriage probably will be really heavy, clotty and painful.
i need help i am having a miscarriage and i am at home
You can have bleeding in next period fallowing the conception. There may be little bleeding in next month also. You should always consult your gynecologist, when ever you get bleeding in pregnancy. She will examine you internally and may go for ultrasonography.
It depend on what trimester you are in. If it is the first trimester, your body will feel okay in about a week. If you have a miscarriage in the second trimester or later, you are likely to experience abdominal pain and really heavy bleeding. The body may take up to a month to heal.
There is a slim chance of you being pregnant.