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    BLEEDNG WHILE PREGNANT
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    mommy25yrs posted:
    HI MY NME IS AMBER OK I MISSED MY PERIOD IN MARCH SO I JUST TOOK 3 TEST ALL CAME OUT POSITIVE BUT THEN I STARTED TO SPOT DARK BLOOD ON AND OFF NOW ITS BEEN 6 DAYS AND WEN I PEE I GET A LITTLE BIT OF BLOOD NOT LIKE A PERIOD AT ALL BUT ENOUGH TO WARE A PANTY LINER IS THT OK I HAVE A OBGYN APPT OR SHOULD I GO TO THE ER IM WORRIED CAUSE I DO WANT TO BE PREGNANT PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ADVICE THANK YOU SO MUCH....

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Spotting is common in early pregnancy and usually nothing to be worried about. It's only a problem if it becomes heavy bleeding and/or is accompanied by severe cramps.
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi mommy25yrs,

    Bleeding during pregnancy, especially during the first trimester, is more common than you might think and is usually no cause for alarm according to this article . However, it can sometimes signal a more serious problem (many are outlined in the link above). Do you have any additional symptoms such as cramping or pain in the lower abdomen? Getting this checked out by your OBGYN as soon as possible is a good idea to make sure that you and your baby are healthy. When is your appointment?

    Best wishes,
    Atti
     
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    yeya0306 responded:
    I just found out about 3 days ago that I'm pregnant. I am 46 yrs old and it is my first pregnancy. I did the blood works and came out positive. My vitamin input are good. But I noticed today that I was bleeding little. Is not a period bleeding but more less like a dry bleeding. Is not as red as a normal period. I called my doctor and told me this was very common in many women. But if there was heavy bleeding I need to go to the triage and have me checked out. Pregnant at 46 yrs old and not knowing what to do as the first timer....go figure! I need some input as well from all the experienced mother out there. Thank you....
     
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    atti_editor replied to yeya0306's response:
    Hi yeya0306,

    Bleeding during pregnancy, especially the first trimester is common -- this article will give you more information. It is good that you spoke with your doctor, as he/she is the best person to consult with questions such as this. Our Health & Pregnancy Center has articles, videos, slideshows and news that you may find helpful.

    Best wishes,
    Atti
     
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    yeya0306 replied to atti_editor's response:
    Hi atti_editor,

    I had a miscarriage on May 4th. It was an early pregnancy. I have a doctor appt tomorrow. The baby was growing outside of the uterus in the fallopian tube. He says is best that this happens now and not later because it could be worst later on. So, I just have to follow up and continue.

    Andrea
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to yeya0306's response:
    I'm sorry for your loss.
     
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    atti_editor replied to yeya0306's response:
    I am very sorry for your loss, Andrea. Your doctor is absolutely right that a baby growing in the fallopian tube (an ectopic pregnancy ) can be extremely harmful to your health. If you need any support or information, we are here for you!

    Best wishes,
    Atti
     
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    yeya0306 replied to atti_editor's response:
    Thank you Altti...
     
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    yeya0306 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Thank you tlkittycat1968...


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