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I'm in early stages of pregnancy and having brown discharge with mild cramps. Is this normal?

I'm in early stages of pregnancy and having brown discharge with mild cramps. Is this normal?

Are you pregnant?: First do a home pregnancy test to confirm that you are already pregnant again. If positive and you are experiencing bleeding you need to be seen by a doctor to confirm a normal pregnancy located inside the uterus. An ectopic pregnancy must be excluded. ...Read more

Dr. Chevies Newman
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Cramps during pregnancy with no bleeding?

Cramps during pregnancy with no bleeding?

Need more info: How many weeks along are you? Spotting? This is important to discuss with your OB today! ...Read more

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Is mild cramping good or bad in early stages of pregnancy?

Is mild cramping good or bad in early stages of pregnancy?

Common: Mild irregular cramping is very common. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is safe and hydration with water often helps. Schedule a visit to make sure all is normal in early pregnancy. Late in pregnancy if they are consistent and not resolving on their own it is important to notify your physician to make sure they are not contractions or a sign of preterm labor. ...Read more

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Is severe vomiting and cramping a sign of miscarriage in first trimester?

Is severe vomiting and cramping a sign of miscarriage in first trimester?

Possbily: Vomiting is usually more of a sign of morning sickness seen more commonly in early pregnancy. Cramping however can occur in normally in a pregnancy and but it could also mean that the pregnancy is abnormal. Bleeding is also a seen many times with cramping. The best thing to do is to go in and see an MD to get a sonogram and a blood pregnancy test to see what is happening. ...Read more

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Pregnancy symptoms but negative hpt? And also had heavy bleeding with cramps/back pain

Pregnancy symptoms but negative hpt? And also had heavy bleeding with cramps/back pain

Unclear question: If you had menstrual bleeding and hpt was negative, you are not pregnant. There may be other hormonal issues that are causing the "pregnancy symptoms". ...Read more

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Is mild cramps, backache and spotting a sign of implantation at 3dpo?

Is mild cramps, backache and spotting a sign of implantation at 3dpo?

No: There are no reliable consistent symptoms that go with implantation. Further, implantation always happens 6-7 days post-ov, so the timing would be incorrect. ...Read more

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Is light cramping normal in early pregnancy?

Is light cramping normal in early pregnancy?

Cramping: Cramping is not normal, although, it does happen. More information is needed about your symptoms. Cramping and bleeding is concerning for miscarriage or tubal pregnancy. ...Read more

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My period was13 days late and is very light with minimal cramping. Normally very heavy with bad cramps. 4 neg preg tests. Miscarriage? Or ectopic?

My period was13 days late and is very light with minimal cramping. Normally very heavy with bad cramps. 4 neg preg tests. Miscarriage? Or ectopic?

Both unlikely: Home pregnancy tests(HPT) will be positive 7-10 days after conception and definitely by 2 weeks after...So a negative HPT would rule out possibility of miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. Also, in both these conditions pain and bleeding are usually more than a normal period. Symptoms from an ectopic pregnancy occur 6-8 wks after conception.Your unusual period likely due to temporary hormonal changes ...Read more

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Is cramping in early pregnancy normal or not?

Is cramping in early pregnancy normal or not?

It sure can be.: Many women in early pregnancy say they feel like they are about to start their period. They may cramp, and even have some spotting or bleeding - but it usually seems different than a normal period. Cramping and bleeding that are increasing, with bleeding getting heavier than a normal period may be signs of miscarriage. And one-sided pain may signal a tubal pregnancy. Please get checked if unsure. ...Read more

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Is ot normal to experience cramping with no spotting during the first trimester of pregnancy?

Is ot normal to experience cramping with no spotting during the first trimester of pregnancy?

Yes: Cramping is what one notices when the uterus is growing to accommodate the baby. Bleeding, however, should always be checked by your obstetrician. ...Read more

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Can no LH mean early pregnancy along with mild cramping above pelvic region and bloating?

Can no LH mean early pregnancy along with mild cramping above pelvic region and bloating?

Negative LH: LH is used to determine whether or not there was a surge to induce ovulation or not. It does not portend that you are pregnant. ...Read more

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What causes spotting or bleeding in early pregnancy?

What causes spotting or bleeding in early pregnancy?

Implantation and : Increased vasculrity of the reproductive system may cause minimal spotting in the first trimester. If the spotting is more than minimal or persistent, please consult your doctor. See this site for more information. http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/bleeding-during-pregnancy. ...Read more

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Early pregnancy and heavy bleeding concerns?

Early pregnancy and heavy bleeding concerns?

Heavy bleeding.: If you are bleeding heavily and pregnant - please obtain prompt medical evaluation. Spotting on the other hand occurs in about 20% of pregnancies during the first trimester. ...Read more

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A few early pregnancy symptoms, followed by cramps and bleeding for 2 days still cramping but no bleeding anymore. Negative pregnancy test.

A few early pregnancy symptoms,  followed by cramps and bleeding for 2 days still cramping but no bleeding anymore. Negative pregnancy test.

Irregular ovulation: The cramps and bleeding would be common events that occur around the time of ovulation. Given these symptoms, a delayed period and a negative pregnancy test, consider that this is the cause. Check a pregnancy test in a week to be sure you are not pregnant. ...Read more

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I have abdominal cramps, bloating, nausea and spotting. Period not due for a week. Are these early pregnancy signs?

I have abdominal cramps, bloating, nausea and spotting. Period not due for a week. Are these early pregnancy signs?

Check preg test: First step is to check a pregnancy test at home. . A home pregnancy test is cheap and reliable. If positive then this explains your symptoms. If negative then schedule a routine visit to discuss other causes of these symptoms. ...Read more

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Can progesterone suppository cause light spotting and cramping during early pregnancy, around 5.5 weeks?

Can progesterone suppository cause light spotting and cramping during early pregnancy, around 5.5 weeks?

Yes: It may sometimes cause some vaginal irritation that may result in bleeding. You should still follow up with your OB to make sure everything is ok. ...Read more

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I have been bleeding very light brown and pink for 2 weeks and mild cramps I've took 5-6 pregnancy test it's all negative I don't know what wrong?

I have been bleeding very light brown and pink for 2 weeks and mild cramps I've took 5-6 pregnancy test it's all negative I don't know what wrong?

Hormonal imbalance: Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. Since you may be losing blood you may wish to take oral iron supplements available over the counter. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx ...Read more

Dr. Neigatha Graney
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