Iam having heavy bleeding and bad cramps can you still be pregnant?
you might be having a period
if you are more than a week late and your having brown spotting like old dry blood. take a test and contact your Gyn. Most of the time this is called implantation bleeding
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
I took 8 cytotec in 2 days but bleed little now am spotting with cramps am I still pregnant
you could be pregnant or your period could be thrown off for whatever reason. I have had that happen to me recently I was cramping it was not bad and then boom there it was late but it was there
Vaginal bleeding or spotting can occur during pregnancy for many reasons. This can be a very frightening experience for an expectant mom. If you experience any bleeding during pregnancy contact your doctor immediately. Some women will have spotting or bleeding during early pregnancy. Twenty to twenty-five percent of women have spotting or bleeding during pregnancy. Half of these women go on to have no other problems due to the bleeding. This can be caused by many reasons.AnswerHello i was wondering the same thing. How did you go at the doctors? was it a misscarry, or was it implantation bleeding? Please reply, i think i am pregnant. Did you get any cramps for a couple of hours when you where bleeding this brown blood?ANSWERHi, i might be 5weeks pregnant though i strongly believe that I'm only 3weeks.. My last period was March 25, 2008 and today is April 28,2008 and I'm having this thick brown spotting, it's mixed up with transparent mucus. Just a little amount of it but after few minutes it became watery and dark red and in greater amount that doesn't appear to be in spot stains anymore.. Anyway, my breasts feel bruised and im having back pains and cramps but the cramps got worse while im bleeding or having the brown spotting.. Is that just a 7 days late period? or it is a clear sign of pregnancy? pls. reply..
It is a normal occurrence on Depo Provera for bleeding and spotting to stop over time.
I haven't heard of this being normal in your situation hun. Spotting can occur which is known as implantation bleeding 8-12 after intercourse. However, if you had the transfer 8 days ok then it could be implantation bleeding but I really cannot be certain. Contact your Doctor for advice.
Yes. Spotting during the first trimester is very normal and sometimes spotting may go along with mild cramps. Many times the spotting is caused by your uterus growing and breaking small vessels for more room. However if you are having spotting which continues to bleeding and filling a maxi an hour for 3 hours along with heavy cramping there is a great chance you are having a miscarriage. When you are in this situation Dr's advise on an immediate call and will have you come in, even though there is nothing they can do to stop the miscarriage, before or during, if there is a problem with you...i.e bleeding wont stop or anything more problematic happens they can help you.
Heavy spotting or bleeding. Depends on how far along you are. Consult a doctor!
I had a miscarriage about a month ago. First I started spotting after a pelvic exam which I believe is perfectly normal and does not mean you're going to have a miscarriage. Instead of the spotting getting better after a few days, it got worse, turning from brown to red and getting heavier. After about 4 days of this red, heavier bleeding (not as heavy as a period, but clumpy and heavier than spotting), I started having cramps one night after work (Election Night, to be exact). The cramps came in waves and became more intense as the night went on. The bleeding was full of large clots and I kept feeling like I had to move my bowels and I did so a few times. Several hours later, what felt like a very large blood clot came out (twice within a few minutes) and then the cramps stopped and that was it. I also had a couple of blood tests during the days when I was spotting and bleeding and my hormone levels were not increasing very much.
You need to call your doctor. Especially since you are bleeding and having cramps. Good luck and God Bless:)
It is common to have light bleeding and cramps in the early stages of pregnancy. The blood is usually a dark almost brown. But not always.
You would USUALLY have cramps with bleeding. But it is not always the case. If you are bleeding heavily, consult a doctor straight away. They may be able to save the pregnancy.
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.
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.
Yes it's normal to experience some spotting. This usually goes away after your body gets used to being on the pill. Give it a few months, if you keep having spotting, you may need to switch the brand of pill that you're on.
Get checked now - that was my first indication....no cramps or anything, just brown spotting. You DEFINITELY should go to the Emergency Department of some hospitallike NOW !
Sure, but Nuvaring is unlikely to be the cause. If you're having continuous spotting or bleeding, get an exam to find the cause.
With no bleeding or mild spotting, you could just be having growing pains. Your uterus is going to be growing very fast. I would suggest if you feel uneasy you see your doctor, seeing those 2 little hearts beating will make you feel much better.
No, because you cannot tell you have conceived the next day.AnswerNo sorry
Spotting, bleeding and cramping. Make sure you are seen by a medical professional if you feel like you are having a miscarriage.
Some people experience bleeding or spotting during pregnancy that can make them think they're having a period.
why am i bleeding heavy and having blood clots ? i even bleed thourgh my tapons