Are antibiotics used for bleeding in the first trimester?

No. Generally not, unless the bleeding is due to localized infection at the cervix (ie chlamydia). Bleeding in the first trimester is typically not an infectious process, and will not be affected by antibiotics.
No. Bleeding in the first trimester is most commonly caused by the placenta growing into the uterus and establishing itself. It is a normal and necessary process.Of course bleeding in the first trimester can also be a sign of a miscarriage which is most likely due to a genetic problem. Neither of these are treated with antibiotics.

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Is bleeding common in the first trimester and why?

Pregnancy bleeding. The answer is yes, bleeding during pregnancy is quite common, occurring in about 33% of all pregnancies. Most of the time it is just light, irregular spotting which carries no significant risk to the pregnancy, but in about 5% of cases it represents a miscarriage. The heavier the bleeding and the more pain there is tends to indicate a higher risk for miscarriage. Read more...

Could first trimester spotting from low placenta cause long term bleeding?

During the pregnancy. A placenta that partially (or totally) covers the cervix is common very early in a pregnancy. If the placenta continues to cover the cervix throughout the pregnancy this can be associated with bleeding for the duration of the pregnancy. This will not cause long term bleeding after the pregnancy. Read more...

Bleeding while in first trimester?

See OB/GYN. Any bleeding while pregnant should be discussed with your OB dr. As you may need an exam to assure all is well. Best wishes. Read more...

Is there a certain consistency to first trimester bleeding?

No. Bleeding although not uncommon in pregnancy should not occur. Any bleeding in your pregnancy should be evaluated by your physician. There is no normal bleeding or consistency. Many women that bleed during pregnancy go on to carry their pregnancy to term, but others don't. So if you are pregnant and bleeding go see your ob. Read more...

I'm in my first trimester and have been bleeding lightly for three days I had a miscarrage last year

This . This can be normal, and does not neccesariiy mean a miscarriage. However, it is important to see your doctor or midwife to make certain there's no evidence of a tubal pregnancy which can be dangerous. Good luck! Read more...
Contact OB. Please let your OB know this is happening. This can be normal but it can also represent trouble for the pregnancy. Read more...

What should I do I've been bleeding lightly for three days and I'm in my first trimester? Had a miscarriage last year

See your doctor. Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. Read more...
Call Obstetrician. Please. Sign off of this application and call or page your OB to ask this question. Bleeding is not normal. You are already a high risk pregnancy. Read more...