Answer: Spotting is a common problem for pregnant women, with as many as 20% of pregnancies expriencing spotting at some point during the first trimester. During second trimester, the glandular cells on the cervix will fall off, which may also cause such symptoms. It is easy to panic when you see spotting during pregnancy but it is important to remember that most women who have this symptom continue to have a normal and healthy pregnancy. So stay calm and enjoy your journey towards motherhood.
Spooting is common during first trimester as the embryo implants on the lining of your uterus
Don't worry there is nothing to bother about it
Eat healthy and take good care of yourself
However if there is a flow then it would be best to consult your gynaclogist regarding this so that she could examine and know the cause and suggest treatment if needed
Answer: Little blood if it means spotting then its normal to have spotting during the first trimester. Though if at any point of time it is more than spotting please consult doctor. I would suggets on ur next visit let ur doctor know as well about this spotting.
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Question: I am 14 weeks pregnant ,now a days I have seen Little bit of spotting ,so is it normal?
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Question: Hello i have seen blood on my nipple not much little bit on my breast it's normal or anything else
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy.
I can understand your anxiety. Body changes according to pregnancy especially breasts. They expand so some times giving cracks and liquid flow nothing to worry. You can use coconut oil or castor oil to heal it. If pain is more or you find blood you need to consult doctor. Take care