Question by  jjh (21)

Should I be worried about brown blood spotting during pregnancy?

I am in early pregnancy and have brown blood spotting.


Answer by  Dawn22 (63)

Occasionally early on in pregnancy, women experience "implantation bleeding" when the embryo attaches itself to the uterus. If you see bright red blood, see your Dr. immediately.


Answer by  wallaby78 (2293)

Some light spotting is quite common early in pregnancy and usually does not indicate that anything is wrong. Try reducing you exercise routine, and if it continues, see your obstetrician.


Answer by  Monosuki (35)

Spotting is very common during early pregnancy and isn't always something to worry about. If they bleeding becomes heavy, turns bright red, includes clumps or clots, or is accompanied by heavy cramping, especially in your back, contact your doctor immediately or go to the emergency room. Make sure to mention any bleeding to your doctor.


Answer by  str8upcutie83 (471)

Spotting early in pregnancy is usually harmless and is caused by the implantation of the embryo in the lining of your uterus. However also check with your doctor.

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