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Pregnant. Been bleeding, slight cramping. Is this normal?

I am 11 weeks pregnant and have been bleeding almost on a daily basis followed sometimes by slight cramping. I have already seen my regular doctor and have gone into the emergency room and have been told that it is common during the first trimester and that nothing is wrong with me. i have had several ultrasounds and the baby is fine and very active and nothing abnormal is showing on the ultra sound . so my question is is this really normal and what can i expect to do about it?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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Sometimes till the placental attachment is not complete with the uterine lining, mild amount of bleeding or spotting may be seen. This is a normal finding. You need not worry. Just take adequate rest and medicines as prescribed by your gynecologist.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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