Vaginal bleeding in the first trimester of pregnancy
can be caused by several different factors. Bleeding affects 20%-30% of all pregnancies. Up to 50% of those who bleed may go on to have a miscarriage
(lose the baby). Of even more concern, however, is that about 3% of all pregnancies are ectopic in location (the fetus is not inside the uterus
), and vaginal bleeding can be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy may be life threatening to the mother. All bleeding associated with early pregnancy should prompt a call to your health care provider for immediate evaluation.
Causes of discharge may be following
Threatened miscarriage: .
Consult ur doctor and avoid intercourse for few days until scan is done.