in Pregnancy Period General by anonymous
The app indicates that I am 2 months pregnant, but I am currently experiencing bleeding. Is it necessary for me to go to the hospital? My last period occurred from July 24th to July 28th, and my pregnancy test was positive.
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

Experiencing bleeding during pregnancy can be concerning, especially if you are unsure about its cause. While some light spotting can be normal in early pregnancy, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause of the bleeding. Possible reasons for bleeding during early pregnancy include implantation bleeding, hormonal changes, or more serious conditions such as an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. It is advisable to seek medical attention promptly so that your healthcare provider can evaluate your symptoms and provide appropriate guidance. They may recommend further tests or examinations to ensure the well-being of both you and your baby. Remember, every situation is unique, and only a healthcare professional can provide accurate advice based on your specific circumstances.

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by anonymous

Bleeding usually means miscarriage. Go to the doctor right away!! 

by anonymous
Not all bleeding some means miscarriage bleeding some mean implantation bleeding or you still could be having a period yes it's possible i have kids more than 2 take it from somebody who done experience all 3
by anonymous
No bleeding doesnt mean miscarriage hun. Its perfectly normal to bleed or spot and even have some cramps while bleeding when pregnant its just usually not nearly as heavy as regular period and doesnt happen often. If there is alot of pain then thats more indicative of a miscarriage. Not just bleeding.  Miscarriages are very painful and you know when its happening. No need to scare someone who is just having normal implantation spotting etc
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by anonymous

Is it light bleeding or spotting? Are you also cramping? If your worried at all then you need to go to hospital esp if you have any pain because you could be miscarrying but if its just a little spotting and no serious cramps no heavy blood then its actually completly normal .But still need to keep up with your dr and get checked right away with any concerns .Good luck! 

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No, This is not normal. You should consult with your gynaecologist immediately.

Sometimes bleeding caused to miscarriage.

Be positive.
May God bless you.

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