When do women stop bleeding during pregnancy?

When hormones change. The conceptus ( early pregnancy) begins to create hormones that stop the cycle. This happens soon after the conceptus attaches to the wall of the womb. Those hormones are what turn a pregnancy test positive.

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Rh neg woman experienced bleeding during pregnancy. Need for rhogam if got it at 28wk?

Yes. Any bleeding that may have entered into your body could sensitize you. One dose of Rhogam protects you from 30cc of whole blood your doctor will determine if you need more Rhogam depending on where the bleeding came from. Extra Rhogam will not hurt you and it is better to be safe than sorry. Read more...
Rh neg blood type. Bleeding from the placenta may indicate leakage of baby's blood who maybe rh positive (may leak into mother's blood). Rhogam at 28 weeks is an excellent thought and again after birth if baby's blood really turns out to be rh positive. Read more...

Do all women experience implantation bleeding during pregnancy or is it just some women? During what week does this occur?

ImplantationBleeding. Implantation bleeding is thought to happen when the fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the uterus. If it happens, it usually occurs 10 to 14 days after conception. Not all women experience implantation bleeding and others may not notice it. Some may mistake it for a period. Hope this helps. Read more...

Heard abt women bleeding during pregnancy being common. Should I test if I got 2 periods since incident? Both came 10 days late but normal w/ cramps

Can do preg. test. If a woman has a regular normal period after sex, then she is not pregnant. If she cannot be certain that her bleeding was a normal period, then she could possibly be pregnant. A urine pregnancy test (available in stores everywhere) done 3 weeks after the last time she had sex will give the answer. Be sure to read the instructions and do the test correctly. Read more...

What puts someone at risk for bleeding during pregnancy?

Multiple factors. Just being pregnant gives you a 1 in 3 chance for spotting or bleeding during the first 3 or 4 months of pregnancy. This is usually due to "implantation bleeding" which is usually benign and does not mean there is anything wrong. More concerning issues that can present as bleeding include miscarriage, molar or ectopic pregnancy, placenta previa, infection, and placental abruption. Read more...
Pregnancy bleeding. Implantation bleeding causing subchorionic hematoms are very common. The placental blood vessels must grow into the uterine blood vessels and leakage can be common. I make the comparison of connecting a pipe to the pipes in a house while the water is still running. You get a leak until the connection is completed. Read more...