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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.

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This has to be a trick question, but OK . . . you conceived 19 weeks ago.



No you need to see a doctor right away.


17 weeks ago if u want an app date i need an lmp or due date


I TOO BLEED AT NINE WEEKS WITH MY THIRD CHILD. I HAD AN ULTRASOUND TO CHECK THE BABIES HEARTBEAT. ALL WAS WELL, AND STILL IS. (I AM 23 WEEKS PREGNANT). SOMETIMES PEOPLE CAN BLEED FOR KNOWN OR UNKNOWN REASONS. OF COURSE YOU WILL NEED TO NOTIFY YOUR DR. OF THIS, BUT UNLESS YOU HAVE CRAMPING, BLEED MORE THAN THREE DAYS, OR ANY OTHER SYMPTOMS YOU WILL PROBABLY BE OKAY.


Bleeding for 4 weeks is normal. If you are pregnant again I can't tell but having unprotected sex means you can be since you are more fertile then usual after giving birth. You have to go see your gyno.



Its not at all. You need to make a app with your obgyn ASAP!


I believe so however if you don't mind me asking how heavy was the bleed and what was it like. I had implantation bleed with my first son and two weeks later found out I was 6 weeks pregnant.


A fetus at nineteen weeks weighs about 7 ounces and is 6 inches long


Yes it is especially if your having intercourse I bleed throughout my pregnancy and went to the dr everytime to find out all was well.



Look people if you get pregnant you hardly don't bleed


4 weeks pregnant is when your period is due, this may be a period or if it is really heavy and you have had a positive test I am afraid you are probably having a miscarriage.


its best to call your doctor or go to an er in any sign of a bleed. if you have not lost the baby the bleed can cause damage to the fetus.


You can get pregnant before the first time you bleed because you ovulate before you bleed and that is when you can get pregnant.


If you menstruate then you're not pregnant - it is possible to bleed while pregnant, but it is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. The very earliest you can tell when you're pregnant or not is 3 weeks after you had sex, via pregnancy test.


I don't think that you were pregnant, I think that it's maybe your body just trying to get pregnant. You sound like your cycle is a bit out of wack. OR it could be something called an implantation bleed.


i think it's possible but after you have your baby u suppose 2 bleed


No, you can't get your period if you are a week pregnant. It is not possible to menstruate while you're pregnant, but you can bleed for several reasons - if you do experience bleeding during pregnancy it could be miscarriage so talk to your doctor.


It really depends upon how much. I would recommend that you contact your doctor right away though.


They bleed for about 3 weeks while in heat.


Before you start to bleed you ovulate so yes, you can get pregnant before you start to bleed. You will not know if you are in your period before you bleed.


You are now 19 weeks pregnant -- almost halfway there! Nineteen weeks into your pregnancy, your baby is about 5.2 to 6 inches long and weighs about 7 ounces (about the weight of an average orange). Your baby is now able to make conscious muscle movements, such as sucking his or her thumb, in addition to involuntary muscle movements. This week, you may feel these movements, which are known as quickening. This may feel as if you have butterflies or a growling stomach; a lot of first-time mothers may not feel the classic kicking until they are 26 weeks pregnant.


Yes they do my hamster bleed but not all over the place.



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