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Cramping: Cramping in early pregnancy is a very common and normal event. I see this often and you should not be overly concerned with this unless it is accompanied by heavy bleeding or severe pain. If these occur you should be seen immediately to rule out an ectopic pregnancy or pending miscarriage. ...Read more
Ovulated n had sex.my 19 months is still nursing n still no signs of periods.this time noticed brownish spot.could it be implentation bleeding
Have not experienced implentation bleeding or any bleeding at all. Ive had some cramping. Is these ok.Am pregnant positive result. Last period on 7/19?
Black Stool: Black stools are normally due to bleeding in the upper GI tract, like esophagus or stomach.As blood travels down through the small bowels and large bowel it changes its colour from red to black.Black stools are called in medical term melena i hope your question of black bleeding was black stools. ...Read more
Not normal: It is not possible to tell why you would be bleeding under your skin from this posting, but it is not normal to be having that issue. You should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
Get it checked: There are many possible reasons for bleeding during /after sexual intercourse. ** menopausal women may have atrophic vaginitis with decreased vaginal secretions & thinning of vaginal mucosa. ** some sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoiasis ** endometritis.** endometriosis** adenomyosis**erosion (inflammation) of the cervix ** uterine polyps**. ...Read more