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How Heavy Is Decidual Bleeding
First-trimester: It varies with how you define it. Decidual bleeding has no real definition, most physicians simply refer to first-trimester bleeding. This presumes the woman is pregnant. Light bleeding in the first trimester is very common, spotting may be more than 50%, heavier persistent bleeding is less common and more worrisome. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes: That type of bleeding tends to increase with age. ...Read more
Spotting: I assume you are talking about bleeding associated with implantation. Typically, this is very light and transient without associated pain. ...Read more
No: If someone haas decidual bleeding then by definition they are pregnant. The pregnancy test would be positive. If the pregnancy test is negative then the bleeding is not decidual bleeding. ...Read more
A pregnancy issue: Decidual bleeding is the name for vaginal bleeding/spotting during pregnancy that may occur around the time that a pregnant woman would otherwise expect her menstrual period. The phenomenon is fairly rare and usually does not last longer than the first few months of pregnancy. It is thought to be related to shedding some of the uterine lining outside of the placental area with hormone fluctuation. ...Read more
If you think you might be going through decidual bleeding, how long after you quit bleeding would I be able to test?
By pregnancy test: Decidual bleeding occurs in pregnant people. You can take a pregnancy test. If negative then it is not decidual bleeding ...Read more
If I experienced decidual bleeding, how long after the bleeding has stopped would I get an accurate result on a hpt?
Accuracy is ok: The accuracy of an HCG pregnancy test should not be changed whether a woman is bleeding or not bleeding. That means if her level is 25, a urine test that shows "+" at a level of 25 should correctly show "+", regardless of whether or not she has vaginal bleeding, nose bleeding, or any other kind of bleeding. ...Read more
If I experienced decidual bleeding for three days, how long should I wait to take a hpt for the most accurate results?
1 week late: They become positive at bout the time you're 1 week late. ...Read more
Same answer: Implantation bleeding/decidual is not really as common as the internet would have you believe. When it does happen it's usually 6-12 days after ovulation and exclusively in pregnant women. A pregnancy test 7-10 days after unprotected intercourse is much more helpful to determine the cause. If the test is negative then it's just a period ...Read more
How would you differentiate between decidual bleeding and menustral bleeding? How likely is this to interfere with hpt results?
Implantation bleed: Implantation bleeding is much more common on the internet than in real life. It occurs rarely and exclusively in someone who is pregnant. The only way to know if someone had implantation bleeding or just irregular menstrual bleeding is to wait and see if you are pregnant. If your test is positive then this was implantation bleeding. If it is negative then it is just irregular menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
See your OBGYN: U need a preg test and an ultrasound. ...Read more
If pregnant: Decidual bleeding occurs exclusively in pregnant women. You could check a pregnancy test at home. If it is negative then this is not decimal bleeding. ...Read more
How common is decidual bleeding (percentage wise)? How common is a negative hpt test 3 weeks after period?
High ; common: Decidual bleeding can be lumped together with implantation bleeding and we can call them both "first trimester bleeding". I'd estimate 20-30% of women have some type of first trimester bleeding, and many go on to have normal pregnancies. We usually discourage pregnancy tests until the period is due/late because they are often negative until 2 weeks after conception (or 4 wks after the last period). ...Read more
Got my period since Nov 12, seems normal and today is the last day, can this be decidual bleeding? Feeling lightheadedness
No: You have a normal period. If you are light headed, please get checked. Maybe you are anemic. Drink lots of water. See a doctor. ...Read more
Yes: As the name indicates, it is bleeding from the Decidua which is the epithelial tissue of the endometrium or the innermost lining of the uterus. The Decidua is usually lost during each period of menstruation. It is characterized by odd, fibrous blood clots that is released from the uterus. Decidual Bleeding is one of the most common causes of “menstruation-like” bleeding during pregnancy. ...Read more
Possibly: It is possible. Repeat the hcg., may probably be negative at 45. ...Read more
On bc, got period day early and very light. Having unprotected sex, negative hpt. What would decidual bleeding look like?
Like blood: It would like blood and your pregnancy test would be positive so we can be certain that you do not have the incredibly rare diagnosis of decidual bleeding. ...Read more
Lmp was 22 july but had light dark coloured bleeding on 1 to 3 august beta hCG was positive in june. Was the bleeding decidual
LMP after Beta Hcg:
You had a period after Beta HCG was positive in June
Period in July
Bleeding again on August 1-3
Repeat pregnancy test
Not sure of your pregnancy with period after Positive Beta HCG
also if positive repeat to see if levels are rising or not ...Read more
Gestational sac of 22.2mm with no fetal and yolk sac with moderate decidual auction. Sub chorionic bleed present. Blighted.?
Sounds like it: Sorry. But the good news is that you got pregnant so you know you can! ...Read more
I know im preggos sunday felt slight cramps went to the bathroom saw water on my panty then bright red blood menses due tomorrow is it decidual bleed?
Pregnancy test: Have you checked a pregnancy test to confirm that you are pregnant? Since your period is due tomorrow it sounds like you are simply starting your period. If you are pregnant you will need to see a doctor to evaluate the bleeding. ...Read more
See an MD: Given your history presented in the question, I think it would be advisable for you to see a physician sooner rather than later. I hope this helps. ...Read more
6 weeks pregnant?: Or postpartum? Either way, NO! If you are cramping and bleeding and you are pregnant, you may be miscarrying. Time to get to the hospital. If you are alone and getting dizzy or is severe pain, call 911. It is possible on occasion to have life threatening blood loss during a miscarriage. You will need a pelvic ultrasound to look at the uterine contents. Please get help. Call OB now. ...Read more
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