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Is it normal to have light bleeding in the first trimester two days after my first ever pelvic exam? My doctor said I should be fine but I am still very worried and want to be reassured by others who maybe have had it happen
Depends cause i had small bleedin and i had to go to the er and they told me i had a threat to miscarriage but im bettr now though. Sorry to ask but are you having sex? Cause if you are that could be it. And yeah its fine cause since your uterus is growing right now its extra sensative so even sex can cause you to bleed so if you are having it wait off til the 4th month then go crazy lol
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