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Ectopic Pregnancy Spotting
Is it ectopic pregnancy?1 mo. Spotting and palpitation, bck pain, increased pulse rate, constipated, feel sick, fatigued, discomfort in abdomen, nausea&vomit
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I've had two ectopic pregnancies and I was at first spotting now it's a little heavier with blood clots passing when I urinate is that normal?
After a five day cycle why would i still be spotting. I had an ectopic pregnancy in may 2013 could i be pregnant?
I am around 6 weeks pregnant I am spotting and have lost all pregnancy symptoms.This is 4th pregnancy and I have had an ectopic pregnancy.?
I had an ectopic pregnancy 4 months ago. I have very light period almost spotting for 9 days with a light pain on the side? Could something be wrong?
I been bleeding and spotting for 2 1/2 weeks now its driving me crazy , i went to the hospital the keep telling me i might have ectopic pregnancy?
I have had spotting instebad of a period for 4 days from cd 26 to cd 29 . 2nd period since treatment of ectopic pregnancy in October. Should I worry?
I wouldn't worry: You are still getting back to a normal cycle. Your body experienced the full effect of a pregnancy with all it's complex hormonal changes, so taking this long to return to baseline would be expected. It could easily take 6 months or more to get back to your usual pattern and cycle. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Do i must have an ovary ultrasound juz to know if the coz of my spotting and cramps are not related to ectopic pregnancy "since" pregnant test is (-) ?
Not necessarily: If you had a negative hpt (urine) it is still possible that you could have an ectopic pregnancy. If you had a negative blood pregnancy test, that is more reassuring, as the vast majority of ectopic pregnancies do result in a positive blood test. Nevertheless, if your doctor has any reason for concern, the blood test is not 100%, so don't hesitate to get the us. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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