Yes, you can spot early in pregnancy for different reasons, including when the embryo is attaching...
yes it is normal no but it is possible
That is not a sign of early pregnancy. But, it could be a sign of a kidney infection.
Yes, you can spot during the early stages of pregnancy but it shouldn't be considered normal and assumed, it is advisable to check with your midwife to make sure it is nothing serious.
Yes the early blood should be given to get a correct reading.
It is possible. I suggest going to see the doctor about this. Or, you could take a pregnancy test.
See the doctor or midwife ANSWER: if you see what looks like black its probably really blood but just thick blood. touch it to see if its really red. depending on the amount it can be normal to spot.
About 15 tablespoons
If you start bleeding during early pregnancy, it is really important to go to your doctor or a local ER to have an ultrasound and a blood test.
2 weeks after sex at the earliest
Stronger blood pressure
No ,your blood probably needs iron.
Yes the immunoassay test which can detect pregnancy as early as 10 days.\
Blood tests are not necessary to diagnose pregnancy. You can use a urine pregnancy test as early as the time of the missed period.
If the blood test is done too early in the pregnancy, the pregnancy won't be detected. If the blood test was done by a doctor, then he/she knows to do it and obtain an accurate result.
It can be normal to bleed during the early parts of pregnancy but not blood clots. I suggest you go to your doctor asap and tell them whats going on.
No. Signs of pregnancy are absent period and positive pregnancy test. White blood cells in urine and painful urination are not signs of pregnancy.
i think its 2 weeks hunnie
10 days after sex is too early to do a Qualiative blood test. However it definitely isn't too early to do a Quantitative Beta HCG Blood Test which will measure the amount of HCG present in your blood and is a highly accurate test in confirming pregnancy. You can do this test 5 days after conception.
You're an idiot. That's menstruation, it's weird. Take a pregnancy test if you're that OCD.
No. The blood test for pregnancy is only looking for hCG - the hormone secreted in early pregnancy. Once a pregnancy is confirmed the doctor will order other blood tests, if you have any concerns regarding STDs you should inform the doctor so he can run an STD panel.
a small amount of spotting early in pregnancy can be very normal known as 'implantation bleeding'. however if it gets heavy or is accompanied by cramping it may be a sign of miscarriage
That is going to be normal for pretty much all of your pregnancy. Just watch for severe pain, or cramping and blood.
no because if you are pregnant even at an early stage in your pregnancy the hcg hormone shows up