A normal pregnancy, there is no blood at all, at any stage of the pregnancy until the very end, where some women may loose their mucus plug. Spotting generally is when you wipe and there is a pink tinge, or you wear a pad and find some (but not much) blood. Some women get a bit of spottign around the time their period is due, which is called implantation spotting. I spotted and bled through 3 of my pregnancies, one of them I had 4 full on periods in the first 18 weeks, which was very scary. but my baby was fine. I would alwasy let your midwife know of any spotting. of any kind, pink or brown. just to be sure. goodluck Also, sex and internals can cause a little spotting without need for concern... make sure you let your lead maternity carer know
If your spotting one day, then get your period the next day, that would indicate that your are NOT pregnant...
Due to Hormonal changes, the need for love, the need for someone holding your hand, the need to be accepted in that state makes a woman feel low, that is one reason she would cry during pregnancy.
Actually, about 10% of all women experience some type of light bleeding during pregnancy. This bleeding, though, is not the same as getting your period. One of the most important things to do is to determine whether you're spotting or bleeding since they are very different symptoms that can indicate totally different issues. See your health care provider for more information.
No. The norm is that when you are pregnant you have no period. See a doctor about your hormones, having your period twice in one month is not normal.
Is it normal if woman have blood during 8 month of pregnancy for one or two days?
Spotting in early pregnancy occurs more frequently then one would suspect and is considered normal. The best thing to do is to follow closely with your local ob-gyn.
About one half of all pregnant women have spotting very early in pregnancy.
Yes, you can spot during one pregnancy and not the next. There is a long list of pregnancy symptoms and though some women feel they suffer from everyone, others claim to have no pregnancy symptoms at all.
Yes, one can get some amount of spotting in the initial months of pregnancy but it is not a period. However if it continues you must show it to the doctor.
As long as it is only a drop, not accompanied by cramps or anything you probably have nothing to worry about.
The best person to ask is your Doctor~! If you don't have one..go to the ER...it may be nothing but should be checked out.
No. Take a pregnancy test.
It can mean many things but one of those things is pregnancy so I would go get a pregnancy test or talk to your doctor. Good luck :)
Although it is well known that women are at the most significant risk of a miscarriage in the first trimester of pregnancy 'spotting' can occur for many, various reasons at any stage of pregnancy and is not neccessarily indicative of a miscarriage. what I would say is that although 'spotting' is perfectly normal for many women at any stage of pregnancy, it can also serve as an early indication of potential problems and for this reason it is probably best that you consult a G.P. I have had three children and spotted frequently during one pregnancy, my son was born happy and healthy with no problems!! Hope this helps.
I very much doubt it but some woman can have light periods, sometimes called spotting during pregnancy. Do another test to be sure or visit the doctor.
Probably yes, have a pregnancy test for a more definitive result