I just want to know did anyone experience light bleeding like a period during there 1st tristmer and still had a healthy baby. im five weeks and I having light bleeding so if anyone one experience this without no cramping would you please share your story. thank you
I bled until I was 16 weeks straight through. I found out I was pregnant at 15 weeks 3 days. They had no clue why I was bleeding but it was there
I had cramping, red period like bleeding and a couple of cramps.. It lasted until 7-8 weeks I now have a healthy and happy 2.5 year old.
I had light bleeding due to my blood type. What is your blood type? If it is Negative, you should contact your doctor.
Quoting Rebekah Garden x3:" I had light bleeding due to my blood type. What is your blood type? If it is Negative, you should contact your doctor."
Due to your blood type?
I had bleeding for about a month that started when I was about 6 weeks along. I had a subchorionic hemorrhage. I'm 37 weeks, 5 days now.
i got a positive and thought i was only like 3- 4 weeks then started bleeding very light and i thought it was my period and that i had gotten a false positive then it stopped the next day and 2 days later i went to my ob and i was actually 7 weeks and 5 days now im 13 weeks and my little baby is perfectly fine :)
thank you so much for your story, because we as mother do get scard if we see any blood at all and I thank you so much for sharing your story to me and I hope everyone have a healthy and successful pregnancy.
Quoting Vindictive:" Due to your blood type?"
Yes with negative blood you are MUCH more likely to bleed. So yes, due to my blood type. Had it happen with both pregnancys. They give a shot called Rhogam for it and it neutralizes the blood to stop any other bleeding due to blood mixing between fetus and mother.
Yes and no. Ive had bleeding that ended in miscarriage, and then I also had bleeding and had a pretty healthy pregnancy with my son. I am RH- and it is pretty worrisome when it happens but just keep in mind it doesn't always mean a bad thing. Good luck!
Quoting Rebekah Garden x3:" Yes with negative blood you are MUCH more likely to bleed. So yes, due to my blood type. Had it happen ... [snip!] ... shot called Rhogam for it and it neutralizes the blood to stop any other bleeding due to blood mixing between fetus and mother."
Lol. That information is so false. You aren't more likely to bleed being RH Negative. They give you Rhogam to prevent your body from building antibidies that could potentially cause problems with a future pregnancy - not to stop the bleeding.