Hi, I'm 8 weeks pregnant and yesterday I woke up and went to pee when I wiped I noticed I had light pink blood. I was so freaked out this is my first pregnancy. It later was a light brown and now this morning only a light spot but all only when I wipe. I'm praying this isn't leading to miscarrge please help
Usually the very light pink or darkish brown blood is nothing to worry about, and usually does NOT result in a miscarriage. I ALWAYS recommend reporting it to your doctor, and I always like to do an ultrasound for my patients with similar symptoms.
IF the bleeding becomes bright red, heavy, or if there are associated cramps, it is then more likely that a miscarriage may be beginning. Usually the bleeding stops and everything turns out OK--HOPE SO!
Hey I think it may be nothin it could be a little burst vestle maybe after sex,it could be anything as long as your not in pain, Or if it gets heavy or really bright red in colour,I miscarried at 8 weeks so to be on the safe side I would still go and have a chat with your doctor or midwife make shute that there is nothing to worry about it will also put your mind at rest
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