7 weeks pregnant nd bleeding very little brown whenever I do stuff doc said baby looks fine she saw heart beat why do I bleed brown?

What did your doc sa. She should have told u u may have a small clot behind the placenta called a retroplacental hematoma usually u can see them on us and usually if u have one it will resolve.

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14 weeks pregnant had brown bleeding. Went to ER and heart beat is normal. Fingers crossed. Is it normal? Low lying placenta seen in ultrasound

Er visit. The er visit evaluated you and found a low lying placenta as the cause of the brown bleeding. You have been properly evaluated and this is quite common. Read more...
Normal. Many ultrasounds at 14 weeks are low lying. What and see what 18 week ultrasound shows to determine if your placenta is in a problem presentation. In the meantime, you might avoid intercourse. Brown blood is old blood, so it's hard to say when this bleed actually was. Good luck and hope no more bleeding! Read more...
This early, a "low- lying placenta means that an edge of the placenta covered the internal os of the cervix. As everything grows, bleeding commonly occurs as that part of the placenta degenerates and no longer covers the internal os. It may actually become anterior or posterior. No longer a problem - no further bleeding from that cause can happen. You need not curtail vaginal intercourse. Read more...

7wks pregnant if baby has no heart beat should I be in pain or bleeding? Had an u/s the baby was seen but heart wasnt seen moving. I only get dischage

Early pregnancy. The absence of a heartbeat at 7 weeks is not a good sign. A blood level of the pregnancy hormone HCG can help determine the viability of the pregnancy - especially if the HCG level at 48 hours is the same or lower. Once it is clear that the pregnancy is not viable there could be 2-14 days before any bleeding or cramping starts. Read more...

12 weeks pregnant and experiencing vaginal bleeding. Ultrasound shows active baby and heart beat. No cervix opening as well. Can you advice how I can stop the bleeding?

Tincture of Time... Its scary to have bleeding in early pregnancy! Its good that the ultrasound is reassuring. There are a number of things that can cause bleeding without harming the baby. Avoiding vaginal intercourse and heavy lifting sometimes helps. Ultimately, time is the best cure. Most bleeding like this will go away with the passage of time as you are farther along in your pregnancy. Best wishes! Read more...
Bed rest. It is best to talk to your gynecologist. It is important to know where the placenta is located. Is there a placenta Previa for example. Bed rest is oftentimes very effective but you should really discuss this with your gynecologist. Read more...

Doctor said baby looks fine heart beat is fine but why do I bleed only when I wipe I see brown blood very little comes nd then goes 8 weeks pregnant?

No. Cramping is very common early in pregnancy. Spotting occurs in a large number of patients in the first trimester. This does need to be evaluated by a doctor to make sure the pregnancy is inside the uterus and not an ectopic pregnancy. We also need to make sure it is not miscarriage. In many cases though spotting and cramping can just be normal. Read more...

Am I miscarrying im 5/6 week pregnant I started bleeding yesterday morning im still bleeding but not as bad I went for a ultrasound and they could find a heart beat is it to early to hear one

Bleeding/spotting . Bleeding/spotting can be normal in early pregnancy, however there is always a risk for miscarriage. The only way to know if you are miscarrying is to have an examination/serial blood tests by your doctor. To answer your question, it's not to early to see the heartbeat on ultrasound. By the date of this post 7 days have passed. Did you follow up with your doctor? Has the bleeding stopped? Best of luck to you. Read more...
6.5 - 7 weeks. Usually heart beat can be detected at 6.5 to 7 weeks. It's too early to tell right now about the bleeding. The worst part of health care and medicine is waiting and uncertainty. One of the hardest things in life is to be at peace with those things that you are emotionally invested with but cannot control. Wishing you the best of luck and that you will find comfort in these coming days. . Read more...

Pregnant 10 weeks and ultrasound measuring almost eight weeks hCG level is 9000 could not hear heart beat....Help me understan so scared that im misscarrying im not bleeding nor cramping

I . I am so sorry you were not given a proper explanation by your doctor. My advice is to contact the doctor's office right away and get answers until you understand everything completely. The reason i say this is because there are many other factors here that I have no way of knowing and i want you to get the right information. Soley based on what you stated in your post, it sounds like the pregnancy is not progressing. An HCG level of 9, 000 is extremely low and likely indicates the pregnancy is not viable thus no heart beat. Often times in this situation bleeding and cramping do not start right away. If you do not naturally miscarry then your doctor may do a procedure called d&c. Please see/call your doctor right away for follow up. Take care. Read more...
See your ob. At a level of 9000, most often a heartbeat will be seen on ultrasound. Call your OB for an appt for a follow-up hormone level and ultrasound to see what's going on. Take care. Read more...