Answer: Meray sath b yahe ho RHA ha sis main b 6 week pregnant hon but now sometime bleeding ho rhe ha 1sy 2 bar ho chuki ha small bleeding I am to much tanse what is this? Pregnancy rhy ge ya nhe plz tell me what should I do???
Answer: Don't you worry it is called as implantation bleeding which happens in early pregnancy and it is normal for 2 to 3 days but if it not stop and you need to consult your Dr for this....
Answer: Some woman's experience spotting in early pregnancy. For this you need to consult with your doctor. They will examine and start medication if necessary
Answer: Get itself checked.. Doc will see if u need any support...
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Question: Am 6th week pregnant.. I got light bleeding for 3 times.. Is it good? Why am getting it?
Answer: Hello lovely, vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is any discharge of blood from the vagina. It can happen anytime from conception (when the egg is fertilized) to the end of pregnancy. Light bleeding, or spotting, during pregnancy is common, especially during the first trimester. Usually, this is no cause for alarm.But if the blood is more and it's happening to days then immediately contact healthcare.
Question: I am 6 weeks pregnant .... But I suffered from little brownish spotting and brownish discharge .... Is it normal or not....
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy
I can understand how worried you must be by seeing this at this stage of pregnancy. But brownish spotting and discharge can be due to different reasons like blood of last menstrual cycle or blood due to sex.Do you have any pain associated with it. Contact doctor to be on safer side as you are in first trimester and no risk should be taken. Take care
Question: I m 5 weeks pregnant and i got a little brownish discharge. What is it? M worried.
Answer: Hello dear. Congratulations on your pregnancy. Hope you are doing well. If your cervix is irritated during pregnancy, it may cause some brownish-pink discharge. This can happen at any point during your pregnancy. It may be caused by intercourse a cervical check by your doctor, or an infection. It would settle down gradually. If not please contact your gynecologist. Take care.