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Brown Bleeding During First Trimester
Bleeding during first trimester slightly irregular gestational sac 17mm fluid collection beside gestational sac free fluid in cervix baby hr 167?
Threaten miscarriage: You need to wait it out and have another ultrasound in a few days. This is a threatened miscarriage. The fht is good. ...Read more
No, but it is common: First, it is reassuring to know that many women with bleeding in the first trimester go on to have healthy babies. Second, it is important to tell an OB provider so that testing or imaging can be done. Third, it is a fact that many women with bleeding early in pregnancy bleed again during the pregnancy and occasionally deliver early. Women should keep their OB providers informed of all bleeding. ...Read more
First trimester bleeding pinkish brown, was heavy then went away & came back. Now gone again. No tissue, no clots, no pain. What is this?
Is it normal for my girlfriend to bleed after sex during her first trimester, she is 7 weeks. Would this cause any sort of problem for her or the baby?
Bleeding: Bleeding can certainly happen and doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong with the baby. Spotting can be typical but shouldn't be as much as a period. If large amounts of blood, bleeding often, or cramping, get evaluated now. Would discuss with OB to see if she needs to get checked sooner ...Read more
Is it normal to bleed in your first trimester? 1x qrter size blood stain followed by brown spots. 9wks 2days ago healthy HB. I just want my baby
Early Pregnancy: What you are experiencing is quite common in early pregnancy. As long as you are not having bleeding like a period, or cramping, you should be fine. And, it is reassuring that there is a healthy HB. This is not unusual, however, if things change, see your OB right away. Congratulations! ...Read more
Pregnancy bleeding: The answer is yes, bleeding during pregnancy is quite common, occurring in about 33% of all pregnancies. Most of the time it is just light, irregular spotting which carries no significant risk to the pregnancy, but in about 5% of cases it represents a miscarriage. The heavier the bleeding and the more pain there is tends to indicate a higher risk for miscarriage. ...Read more
No: Bleeding although not uncommon in pregnancy should not occur. Any bleeding in your pregnancy should be evaluated by your physician. There is no normal bleeding or consistency. Many women that bleed during pregnancy go on to carry their pregnancy to term, but others don't. So if you are pregnant and bleeding go see your ob. ...Read more
I'm in my first trimester and have been bleeding lightly for three days I had a miscarrage last year
During the pregnancy: A placenta that partially (or totally) covers the cervix is common very early in a pregnancy. If the placenta continues to cover the cervix throughout the pregnancy this can be associated with bleeding for the duration of the pregnancy. This will not cause long term bleeding after the pregnancy. ...Read more
What should I do I've been bleeding lightly for three days and I'm in my first trimester? Had a miscarriage last year
Call Obstetrician: Please. Sign off of this application and call or page your OB to ask this question. Bleeding is not normal. You are already a high risk pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm in my first trimester and have been bleeding lightly for three days, should I go to the er? What should I do? I had a miscarrage last year
Call your doctor: Call your obstetrician first. This would be better than in the er. ...Read more
Is there any way to stop normal bleeding in first trimester. Doctor said its not a miscarriage just normal bleeding. Is there a way to stop it and is there a way to help raise my hcg levels?
Unfortunately no &no: Unfortunately, there is no way to stop the first trimester pregnancy bleeding at this time. It may lead to miscarriage or not especially with stagnant hCG levels. Only the continuance of the pregnancy will raise hCG levels and not any other external treatment. ...Read more
Reddish brown discharge during first trimester is it normal? Just had unltrasound that clarified everything is normal a day ago
Yes: That is common and should not be a cause for concern. ...Read more
See your doctor: Symptoms like these have to be evaluated in real-time by your physician. He/she has access to your examination, laboratrory data and many other diagnostic tests to get to the bottom of what's going on and offer you help. ...Read more
YOUR OB DOC: Sholdl examine u and determine what is going on, and do an ultrasound or 2 if nece. Often times, there is no treatment other than rest and no intyrcourse, unless you end up having a miscarr. ...Read more
A board certified: Obgyn is the best person cause that doc can do a workup and whatever treatment u need, I rec a doc, not a midwife to evaluate this as u need bhcg, prog level, a good exan and an accuarate ultrasound. ...Read more
Can you have decidual bleeding at 6 months pregnant? I heard it is more common in the first trimester. Can you have it every month during pregnancy?
Not normal: Yes, it is common to have a small amount of bleeding during the first trimester. If you are experiencing bleeding later in the pregnancy, this should prompt evaluation by your OB provider. This evaluation should include an ultrasound determination of placental location and cervical length. ...Read more
Is it possible to have heavy flow bleeding during the first trimester of pregnancny and to experience cramps like a normal period?
There are many cause: Most are normal but see your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
No NOT normal: See your OB for an exam and vaginal cultures and an us, to check for viability and to r/ o other problems call your ob. ...Read more
Spotting: It is very common to spot during the first trimester, especially after some cramping. If the spotting continues, it could mean a lot more and you should monitor to see if there are other symptoms as well. If it persists or worsens, you should call your physician, . ...Read more
It's common, but. ..: Some vaginal bleeding is common during the first trimester. However, it may be a good idea to visit your doctor to make sure the bleeding isn't a sign of a more serious problem. ...Read more
Vitamins: Occasionally there is a slight darkening of urine from the prenatal vitamins that are taken during pregnancy. Otherwise, there should not be significant color change. If tea colored, bloody red, or even appears very concentrated consult OB doc to check for infection or to see if dehydrated and need to increase fluid intake. ...Read more
Yes: If you are not allergic to seafood there should be no problem. Enjoy :). ...Read more
What did your OB say: Any problems like this need to be directed to your OB and if u have not gone for care I would do that asap, spotting can be from the cervix, or form inside the uterus u could be trying to miscarriage or u could have a small blood clot behind the placenta called a retroplacental hematoma that usually resolves, if u are spotting then no intercourse and see your OB for an exam and ultraosund. ...Read more
Cystic measurement: That's a normal size for 5 weeks. ...Read more
Is it safe to bend down during first trimester? Like to pick stuff off the floor and such, I'm about 6 weeks.
No worries: In a normal healthy woman, there are no special activity restrictions during pregnancy. As always in life, do everything in moderation... and use common sense. Common sense and immense patience are two valuable traits to practice, in preparing oneself to be a Mom, or a Dad. Avoid excessive worry, and "don't sweat the small stuff". ...Read more
Yes: Sperm does contain some prostaglandin which is a substance that can stimulated contractions. Sex during pregnancy is usually fine for a normal pregnancy. If there is any risk pre-term labor, bleeding during pregnancy or placenta previa and some other conditions, usually sex is not recommended. ...Read more
More blood to kidney: During pregnancy, even as early as the first month, your blood vessels dilate and blood volume increases. This causes more blood flow to your kidneys, which creates more urine, so you'll need to go more often. As your uterus grows, it will press on your bladder also. If you are experiencing any burning or pain during urination, see your doctor as you may have a urinary tract infection. ...Read more