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Is bleeding in first month of pregnancy normal ?

okay ive been going to the dr and they dont really have an answer for me yet and maybe you could tell me im having some dark red more maroon color of bleeding with clots its not enought to satruate a pad but enough to still have to wear one my hcg levels on thursday were at 400 and then friday they didnt go very far up they only went to 527i guess my question would be is everything going to be okay im about in my 5th week of pregnancy
Asked On : Sat, 14 May 2011
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Hello Jeana, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is scary but It is common. However it is not always a sign of trouble. Most women who experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy particularly during the first trimester as you are having it right now go on to deliver healthy babies. Sometimes vaginal bleeding during pregnancy indicates an impending miscarriage. It could also happen if you have a Infection. So, if the Bleeding is so severe that makes you change more than three pads per day, pass tissue from your vagina or experience any amount of vaginal bleeding accompanied by abdominal pain, cramping, fever or chills, you should be seeing your Doctor Immediately.

Wish you Good Health, Take Care.
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