I am currently 19 weeks pregnant! During the first 5-10 weeks I was pregnant me & my Fiance had sex and every time I would bleed..... nervous and scared I got tested and thank god I didn't have a miscarriage. Now @ 19weeks wehave sex & I bled again & cramped. What could be causing this bleeding? Is it normal?? I never bled with my first child... he is. Now 5 years old. Please give advice !!!
I have bleeding like that and mine started around the same time as yours. I'm now 29+5 and mine is due to a placental abruption. It starting with bleeding after sex then I started spotting. I would talk to your doctor about it
does kind of sound like placenta abruption but definitely call you dr to verify or check and make sure everything is ok, like above poster said, every one is different and anytime you have bleeding in pregnancy especially at that stage it needs to be brought to your dr's attention.
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