I would be concerned about a heavy bleed so early on in a pregnancy. You do need to get checked out by a gynaecologist to double check that you are still pregnant, as you may have miscarried. It could just be that your period was due about the same time and you bled as you normally would and the pregnancy could still be fine. However, I think it's probably best you get checked by a Dr. if your 5 weeks pregnant and bleeding heavy you should go to your doctor as soon as possible--sorry to said this may be you had a miscarriage or any thing serious--any time a women bleed durning pregnancy is not normal--please get your check out but its can also be old blood but to make sure go get check out asap---good luck
I went to the doctors and found out i was 6-7 weeks, but i woke up this morning to bleeding as if it was my period should i be worried??
You don't say how far along you are or how much bleeding. Spotting is not uncommon and especially during implantation. If you are worried and bleed a lot contact your doctor.
Go and see a doctor you can have bloating while pregnant you can bleed while pregnant the bleeding is a period some women have periods while pregnant if your worried go see a doctor good luck! From pink princess
It can be caused my irregular periods or the pill if you are worried go see a doctor
No,its not possible.If you are worried see a doctor for pregnancy test
Yes, You would be wise to see a doctor about it as soon as possible.
If your pad is filling up with blood, it is most likely your normal monthly cycle. You do not bleed when pregnant. If you are worried about your bleeding, you need to visit your doctor or local health dept.
How can you not be worried when you're bleeding from a body part that doesn't normally bleed? Please, see a doctor.
No if you are pregnant the uterus is closed so the lining is still in there. Some spotting can still be during the pregnancie though but not heavy bleeding. If you are worried go to your doctor.
No, this is normal. It is pains from your uterus stretching. If you notice any bleeding though, go and see your doctor or midwife
go to the doctor dummy
I had bleeding very early in my pregnancy. I went to the ER and they done a routine ultrasound and it showed that i was pregnant with twins. It's very possible that it's implantation bleeding. ALOT of pregnant women experience bleeding and its completely normal. If you begin to pass clots, then i'd really worry. I'm currently 20 weeks with my twins and just experienced bleeding again and really got worried, but everything was fine. Some women bleed their whole pregnancies!
Signs of pregnancy are no bleeding and a positive pregnancy test. Bleeding is a common side effect of Depo Provera, as noted in the patient information pamphlet. Take a pregnancy test if you're worried.
Remember, Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday....
Answer guess your having a period while pregnant then its fine if you are worried go back to the clinic or go and see a doctor. From Pink Princess
It's unlikely but still possible, get a second pregnancy test if your worried
Stop worrying and ENJOY LIFE!
some women have periods while pregnant just go see a doctor straight away and see if everything is fine Are you an idiot?!! Some women bleed while pregnant but no women have their period! If you found blood I would simply monitor it and see that you dont continue bleeding and that it doesnt progress, if so, I would see your doctor. I myself have experienced bleeding at 30 weeks (after intercourse). I am waiting to see if there are any changes but not worried.
Probably not, but test if you are worried.
Yes, irregular bleeding can occur with the implant. However if you are worried, best to see you GP
If you have a period, then you are not pregnant. Diarrhea and cramping can be side affects of menstruation. If you are worried that you are bleeding in a way that doesn't seem like a regular period, you ought to consult a gynecologist.
Certainly you can. Especially if you're worried that you really might be pregnant.
The most common vaginal bleeding occurs during your period. However,they have been reports of women spotting during ovulation or during pregnancy. If you are worried you might be pregnant, by all means take a home pregnancy test.
Your question is unclear. If you are concerned go to a doctor. First of all, you should've seen the doctor weeks ago if you've been bleeding for almost a month. Second, yes you can be pregnant since no birth control is 100% sure. So don't be scared and go see the doctor because if you don't and it is a miscarriage you will get infections if the uterus isn't cleaned out of the remains. If you are not pregnant you need to find out why you are bleeding.