Answer: Being pregnant and having spotting is very normal, some woman even get there period all throughout pregnancy dont worry you will be fine!but be sure to see a doctor about it just to make sure.but its very normal!
Answer: It could be impantation spotting. If you had sex within a day of the spotting starting it could be from the cervix. However if it is changing to red you need to go to see a doctor asap, and make sure your not having a miscarriage. When I was first pregnant with my baby I had spotting without sex and it was from implantation but it was brown blood which is old blood. Red blood is fresh blood!! Good luck.
Answer: Probably. 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.
Answer: It can be just from ovulation. However, if your periods are irregular, it can be a sign of implantation and you are pregnant if sexually active. Spotting before a period was due was my first sign that I was pregnant.
Answer: take a test anyway......... rule out pregnancy, if your test is negative and you have a bad taste in your mouth it could related to your digetive system or a dentistry problem. it is not uncommon for women to bleed regularly throughout a pregnancy.hope eveything will be ok x
Answer: Since you have said that you bled two weeks after your period, you are probably not pregnant. If you are concerned about this, please see your primary care physician or your gynecologist, as something else could be the cause. During early years of menstruation, things might not be on schedule yet. See your doctor for more information and advice.This response has been given by a medical professional, but not a physician. Although this response has been checked for accuracy and has been researched, any advice given here does not take the place of your primary care provider. In an emergency, please dial 911 or your local emergency number. This response is provided under the terms and disclaimers of WikiAnswers and the author of this answer cannot be held liable for any misguided attempts to follow this advice without the observation or guidance of a licensed physician.
Answer: if you spot blood and not for very long like 2-3days maybe then it could be an embryo implanting in your uterus and the pregnancy test wont show a good result until up to 7 days after a missed period, you may have took the test too soon...
At 36 weeks pregnant should you go to the hospital if you have been spotting but no pain?
it might not be anything bad, but it is better to be safe than sorry, so go...
Answer: Not an uncommon occurrence. Small amounts and very infrequent is usually nothing to worry about. Any sizable quantity or duration can be a cause for alarm. With all things like this its always best to see your OB or at least your general practitioner.
Answer: spotting can come as a result of the natural prostaglandins found in the men´s semen. Artificial prostaglandins are used during induction of labour... so when you have sexual intercourse that hormone sometimes tries to force the embedded blastocyst to peel off the uterus and as a result, you can notice spotting. but if the spotting is too much, the only free advice which your doctor might not even give you is to have ´some kind of abstinance for a little while´ BUT REMEMBER THAT DOES NOT GIVE YOU GUARANTEE TO OVERLOOK SOME OTHER CAUSES OF SPOTTING e.g ectopic pregnancy e.t.c
Answer: Your vagina is preparing for childbirth. The pain you are feeling is normal and it is the musculature stretching...also, you may be experiencing Braxton Hicks contractions which can refer to the vagina. Braxton Hicks are also normal. However, if you find that the pain is occurring often and is becoming greater in intensity, it is recommended that you visit your local ER as you may be in labor.
However, there are other signs such as the bloody show, water break, loss of mucus plug, intense contractions--but really, follow your instinct--you know your body best. At being at 37 weeks, you are due for one more appointment. Ask about the pain at your visit.