When your pregnant do you spot bleed in the first month
Spotting during your first trimester (first 3 months or 12 weeks) is very common. No worries unless it's a large amount. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/when-your-pregnant-do-you-spot-bleed-in-the-first-month ]
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- What if a pregnant woman spots or bleeds in the first months of p...?
- Well, from my experiences, it's nothing to worry about as long as there isn't any severe cramping along with it or passing of tissue. Spotting in the first month especially is normal due to the implantaion of the fertilized egg, but if it h...
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