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First Pregnancy, and spotting, freaking out!
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heavenslightt posted:
Hi, if someone out there could help me out that would be amazing since I've been so upset and crying my eyes out. On Monday July 29th and I took a pregnancy test at night and it came out positive! And than I took another one at night on Thursday August 1st and it was still positive, so my fiance and I decided to have intercourse that night (sorry tmi) and I was worried so the next morning Friday August 2nd I took a test to make sure everything was okay with the baby and of course it still came out positive, and than tonight around dinner time I went to the bath room and there was a pinkish tint when I wiped and I started to cry my eyes out because we have been trying so hard to conceive and I was wondering if you could spot after intercourse but have it show up the next day? Please if someone could help and show some insight that would be greatly appreciated.
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sylasmommy0406 responded:
Heavenslightt, sweetie nothing to worry about. Its just plantation..its completely normal. Now if it starts to become dark red or blood clots you should see a doctor because that maybe something wrong. And its very normal to spot after having intercourse.
 
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tlkittycat1968 replied to sylasmommy0406's response:
It wouldn't be implantation since she's already pregnant, however, spotting is common in early pregnancy and most of the time nothing to worry about.


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