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If the test was positive initially and then it turned negative, m sorry to say but there are chances that hcg levels are reducing , which is not good.
27/04/2014 at 15:25
I had spotting at 8 weeks which lasted 5 days and therefore ended up having an early scan which showed baby was fine. I then had some red blood when wiping (more than just spotting) when I was 17 weeks pregnant which was a mixture of the red blood and then brown/pink spotting for 6 days. Again had another scan and baby was fine. I am now just over 20 weeks and had a little bit of red blood again last week (just once when I wiped) but I can feel baby moving about now each day so I know baby is ok. The hospital did an internal on me and said they couldn't see where the baby was coming from and also on scans there was nothing showing up that could be causing the bleeding. They said some women just have unexplained bleeding/spotting in pregnancy, so guess I am one of them.
Just wanted you to know that not all bleeding/spotting is bad news but would also recommend you get it checked out as I believe it's better to be safe than sorry. x
04/08/2014 at 06:10
OK so I started spotting on the 1st of August my period is due on the 20th its now the 3rd and I'm still spotting the first day it was light pink and I could only see blood if I wipe myself the 2nd day it was pink and brown with light cramps that I only felt once this morning it was gone but came back by noon still light pink and brown followed by Light cramps in My hips and lower stomach I puked twice today after eating a salad with no meat and 2 1/2 donuts and a banana also after eating 2chicken breast and a wing (all baked) Idk if it was the cooks or what but it happened please let me know what you think could I be pregnant???
22/08/2014 at 03:36
June 22nd i had a normal period lasting 4 days. i ovulated a week later. july 19 i had started to spot light bleeding lasted for 2 days and i spotted pink to brownish color, i think indicating implantation bleeding. i have an appointment on tuesday august 26. but august 19 i started spotting a brown color spotting lasting all day on the 20 i bled heavily only cramping for 15 minutes, i think due to standing up for too long. while bleeding on the 20 i went through one pad every 5 hours. now on the 21 it is easing up and starting to go away. i only cramped that one time. could this be a miscarriage or what can be going on.
11/09/2014 at 13:56
Hi guys, I had period like bleeding at exactly 8 weeks pregnant. I had a scan the following day, convinced I'd had a miscarriage, but it was in fact only a breakthrough bleed, which was exactly when my period was due. Baby was absolutely fine! Do not worry if you bleed, mine honestly was quite heavy for that day, but subsided. If bleed worsens, accompanied by cramping, go and see your dr/midwife
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26/09/2015 at 04:39
1. dont GOOGLE YOUR STYMPTOMS BECASUE YOU WILL NOT LIKE WHAT YOU FIND.
2. GO SEE A DOCTOR, the will run tests including physical exam urninalysis and blood work. to CONSOLE your worst night mare.
3. spotting during early stages of pregnancy is VERY common. lets go back to rule number one dont google anything or read peoples comments. theyre not professionals its all hearsay and u will most likely get freaked out as you obsess and dig for infomation and not like what you find.
4. to calm your nerves i am not going to explain the medical aspect of this but its self explanitory. this is from MEDICAL FDA APPROVED PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL THAT SPECIALITS READ. thats right even doctors don tknow everything adn need to be updated, this is what a pseicalist will read: “Implantation, placentation and the first and early second trimester of pregnancy resemble ‘an open wound’ that requires a strong inflammatory response. During this first stage, the blastocyst has to break through the epithelial lining of the uterus to implant, damage the endometrial tissue to invade; followed by the trophoblast replacement of the endothelium and vascular smooth muscle of the maternal blood vessels to secure an adequate placental–fetal blood supply.27 All these activities create a veritable ‘battleground’ of invading cells, dying cells and repairing cells. An inflammatory environment is required to secure the adequate repair of the uterine epithelium and the removal of cellular debris. Mean-while, the mother’s well-being is clinically affected: she feels sick because her whole body is struggling to adapt to the presence of the fetus (in addition to hormonal changes and other factors, this inflammatory response is responsible for ‘morning sickness’). Thus, the first trimester of pregnancy is a proinflammatory phase.28” AKA IMPLANTATION IS A BATTLE GROUND! FOR UNKOWN BUT SUPSECTED REASONS WOMEN MAY BLEED MUCH PAST THE ‘IMPLANTATION’ 12 DAY STAGE SO RELAX. breathe and i bet you you will be fine. if you wan to read up more on this journal the refence is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3025805/
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