This patient support community is for discussions relating to pregnancy concerns for teens, ages 13-17. Please note, this community is not intended to discuss how to conceive. Questions regarding this will be removed.
This scared me so much I started freaking out and crying
Today I whiped and there was blood pinkish.
Is the normal ?
Im only 17 so obviously I went to my mom crying and she told me it is normal but I wanted to make sure !
Yes, it is possible to bleed on and off during pregnancy. However, you must inform your Obs and Gyn about it.
The bleed can be due to simple causes such as cervicitis (infection/inflammation of cervix), vaginitis (infection/inflammation of vagina), or it can also be due to a part of uterine lining sloughing or due to threatened abortion. Sometimes it happens without a cause. It can also be due to hormonal imbalance. You must immediately consult a gynecologist and get a sonogram to visualize the baby. Take care!
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