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It's been said lots of women have "period like" bleeding in early pregnancy. What is the difference?
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I've heard lots of women have period like bleeding in early pregnancy. But honestly, do the two differ much?
Yes: Bleeding during pregnancy is common and often does not indicate a problem unless there is associated cramping. However, if you know you are pregnant and start bleeding you should notify your OB immediately. There are many woman who do not realize they are pregnant because they continue what they think is their period. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not common: It's not common for women to have period level bleeding when they are pregnant. If it truly is enough bleeding that you're filling up a pad, you should see a doctor because this could be a miscarriage or threatened miscarriage. I hope you're alright, but definitely see a doctor soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very small: Many causes for bleeding during pregnancy, but all are abnormal, and require investigation. One not too worrisome cause of light bleeding in early pregnancy is termed "implantation bleeding"--a small amount of bleeding that occurs when the embryo implants in the uterus that occurs around the time of an expected period. ...Read more
I'm 4wks 5days pregnant and having period like bleeding since yesterday. I had a chemical pregnancy in april. Am i having another miscarriage?
A week and 1/2 late for my period. Negative pregnancy test , but I have all th symptoms of pregnancy, but I have period like bleeding. Pregnant?
Possible: It's always possible to get pregnant. Home pregnanccy tests generally do not become positive until you are about one week late. If that test is negative, repeat it in one week and call your doctor. ...Read more
I Stopped taking the pill (Aviane). Got my Period may 28 & Unprotected sex June 5-8. Had period like bleeding June 11-14 mid cycle.Pregnancy chance?
Possibly: Anytime you have intercourse without using contraception, there's always a chance of pregnancy depending where you are in your cycle. Unfortunately not all cycles are always regular and the time you ovulate may change. If you miss your period, take a preg test a week after your missed period. ...Read more
What are the causes behind some women having monthly, period-like bleeding throughout their pregnancies?
Pregnancy Bleeding: It is common to experience "implantation bleeding" t he time of your first "missed period." thereafter, any vaginal bleeding is considered abnormal: http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/pregnancy_bleeding/article_em.Htm. So, if this isn't inside of week 4, consult your obstetrician as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had sex on day 4 of period (Oct 19). Took nordette as ecp (Oct 20). Period ended Oct 22. Experiencing period-like bleeding Oct 25. Am I pregnany?
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