It is normal to have questions and concerns about bleeding during pregnancy, but you have to worry if you start bleeding. Although the bleeding does not always indicate a serious problem, women have bleeding for any cap pregnancy should contact a doctor immediately.
Implantation bleeding is a small amount of spots of blood that can occur when the embryo implants in the uterine wall. Not a heavy flow. This type of bleeding usually happens when menstruation should occur. Some women confuse this with a slight period and do not realize they are pregnant.
There are three categories of miscarriages: Threatened miscarriage, complete and incomplete miscarriage. On the threats of miscarriage, there is some bleeding and cramping, but the fetus is still in the womb. In a complete miscarriage, pregnancy and fetal ends passes through the vagina. An incomplete miscarriage is one that is still in progress, in which the woman spends blood clots and tissue. Your doctor may order a D & C, in which the lining of the uterus is removed through aspiration or curettage.
A blighted ovum, which is also called embryonic failure is one in which the embryo in the womb, but does not develop properly.
The softening of the cervix or changes in blood flow of the same during pregnancy may cause bleeding harmless. Bleeding is more severe infections or cervical tumors or premature opening of the cervix.
In ectopic pregnancy, the embryo does not look inside the uterus. It almost always occurs within a fallopian tube. What begins as mild bleeding may be fatal if left untreated.
Vaginal bleeding is a symptom of pregnancy molar, which occurs when abnormal tissue is presented instead of a fetus. If this tissue is not removed completely, it can become cancerous.