Spotting While Pregnant
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You are 16 weeks pregnant and spotting just a litte but you got cramps and pain your lower back should i be worried?

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2008-10-30 18:41:57
2008-10-30 18:41:57

Hi! When I was 16 weeks pregnant with my daughter, I had mild spotting and cramping that lasted about 10 hours. I went to the hospital and after an emergency ultrasound and blood work, they told me everything was fine. Apparently it's normal to have mild spotting & mild cramps from time to time during a pregnancy. I hope that answers your question and wish you the best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy!!!

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Spotting in early pregnancy is fairly common, and usually as long as it isn't bright red or heavy or associated with a fever or severe cramping you should be okay. That said any bleeding and/or spotting in pregnancy should be reported to your doctor.



Spotting light pink is a charachteristic of being pregnant...you should really go to a clinic and find out, especially if you miss your period four months..or have cramps, tenderness, and light spotting.


Can be normal but anything questionable should be discussed with your doctor asap. Better to be safe than sorry, especially while pregnant.


If you are worried contact your dr right away.If the spotting becomes heavy or bright red contact your dr or go to the ER immediately.


having period cramps for the first 3-4 months are normal. if you are spotting or see any blood go to the doctors . i had cramps for the first 4 months until they finally went away


It very well could be. But spotting and cramping don't sound right. I think you should try a home pregnancy test.


you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all you should not have any spotting if you are pregnant, although some women do and are ok you should see a doctor if you bleed at all


you can get cramps, the week you are supposed to start, and still be pregnant


Probably not. Spotting is normal, heavy bleeding like a period is not. If you are worried, you should see your doctor for peace of mind.


There are a multitude of reasons for this, from fibroid tumors--which are NOT as scary as they sound--to just spotting and ovarian cramps due to sudden irregularity. Chances are that you don't have to be worried, but you should make an appointment with your doctor to always be safe.


brown spotting is okay. That's old blood. As long as its not bright red. Sometimes i get pains down low if I move suddenly or sneeze. Not quite like cramps. You should ask your doctor if your not sure of anything that's what they're there for!


Have you been having sex? You could be pregnant. If your period is late, you should test.


Sometimes women have implantation spotting that they confuse with their period. You should take a pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant.


Mild cramps and spotting for 1-2 days usually occurs during implantation which occurs approximately 6-8 days after ovulation. Cramps during ovulation are perfectly normal and some spotting can occur if there has been any changes in birth control or hormonal imbalances or rough sex. Since ovulation is when you are fertile and can conceive it is highly doubtful that cramps and spotting is due to pregnancy. Any abnormalities should be reported to a gyn and you should go in for an exam if this continues or if the cramps get worse. You want to be able to catch something early if there are any abnormalities.


Yes she can be pregnant, and if she is pregnant and is bleeding she is at risk of a miscarriage, and should see a doctor immediately.


Depends if you want to be pregnant. If not you should be worried...


Some women when they first get pregnant can spot, but you should always see your doctor if you are spotting. Please make an appointment right away.



If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.


you should probably go to the doctor to make sure that you are not pregnant. if you are pregnant and spotting like that you should still go see a doctor to make sure everything is fine.


You don't have to worry about spotting. You should worry about a heavy flow. You should also talk to your doctor.


No, it is not normal, you should contact your doctor immediately.


I would say you should wait about a week and then you see if your pregnant or not


Not necessarily. Spotting can be caused by a variety of issues, including stress, but also including pregnancy. If you suspect you may be pregnant, you should definitely take a test and visit a gynecologist to be sure. Even if you don't have reason to believe you may be pregnant, spotting is something your gynecologist should be made aware of and can help you with.



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