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Is it normal to be 4 weeks and having a period?
I have a concern regarding my pregnancy I started to spot and now something is up cause I had a miscarriage about three years ago but this is nothing like this my boyfriend now says to be positive but since I'm very scared about how I feel since I miscarriaged long ago what do I do it feels like a period right now but idk
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No its not normal if blood increases im going through same thing and going to ultrasound scan this afternoon hoping havent lost the baby
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Some women do have light bleeding that seems like a period. Lots of women also have some cramping. Women can get bleeds which is a heavier gush of blood and go on to have a healthy pregnancy. And from experience, you know some women do miscarry. I would try not to worry! If cramping increases or bleeding becomes very red and a lot, give your doctor a call. I hope all is fine! Let us know. Hugs
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Well i don't want to worry you or stress you out but bleeding is not common during pregnancy and it's not always normal or a good sign weather it's alot or a little you SHOULD go to the ER and have an ultrasound done to make sure your baby is ok :( wish you all the best of luck hope your baby is ok
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Spotting is normal called implantation bleeding. If it is enough to fill a pantyliner or pad/ or if it is accompanied by severe cramping you need to be seen right away
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I actually had my period for 4 months with my first son but I was 4 months pregnant also so I was pregnant having my period for 4 months then when I fount out I was pregnant I was 4 months and then after that didn't have another one
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You need to contact your doctor
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