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Can I be pregnant and still have vaginal bleeding? by April G. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 12:04pm 2 Comments Yes. Up to 25 percent of pregnant women have light vaginal bleeding, or spotting, during the first trimester. In most cases, spotting is not a sign of a problem. Light bleeding in the first trimester is often caused by the implantation of the fertilized egg in the wall of the uterus. This implantation bleeding usually happens 10 days or so after ... Read on »
To Ultrasound or Not to Ultrasound: Reasons Vs. Risks by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:00am One of my good friends is pregnant.  She is at that stage early in the second trimester when the first ultrasound is usually recommended. She is choosing a home birth, but comes from a medical family who would like her to have an ultrasound.  She has medical insurance, but it does not cover any pregnancy related expenses until after her deduc ... Read on »
Taking Care of Early Pregnancy by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 8:01am A fifth (20%) of UK mothers feel they were not offered adequate antenatal care during their pregnancythe period from conception to birth, according to an alarming new survey commissioned by The London Clinic. More than half (57%) of the 2,000 women questioned admitted they would like to ... Read on »
MISCARRIAGE (HABITUAL ABORTION); HOW TO PREVENT IT WITH HOMEOPATHY by Dr. Fasil M. Posted Sat 21 Jan 2012 6:54am        A miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, is a pregnancy loss that occurs prior to 20 weeks gestation. Most miscarriages occur in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy (first trimester). A miscarriage is a naturally occurring and involuntary event in which the fetus and placenta are separated from the uterine wall. ... Read on »
Vaginal Spotting or Bleeding by cj Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 12:00am We all know that vaginal spotting or bleeding is usually the first sign of miscarriage. However, not all pregnant women having some bleeding or spotting in early pregnancy end up in miscarriage. You might feel abdominal pain. You may also feel crampy or persistent, mild or sharp, or may feel more like low back pain or pelvic pressure. Did ... Read on »
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Subchorionic Bleeding by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:20am Bleeding during your pregnancy always seems to cause a panic attack especially when you have gone through so much to actually GET pregnant. Shots, pills, suppositories, IVF, Ultrasounds and now THIS....unexpected bleeding. I have talked with several surrogates who have had this happen to only to have them rush into the RE's office and f ... Read on »
Mild iron deficiency in early pregnancy can harm child’s brain by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 24 Apr 2011 12:00am Rochester.edu - A mother’s iron deficiency early in pregnancy may have a profound and long-lasting effect on the brain development of the child, even if the lack of iron is not enough to cause severe anemia, according to a University of Rochest ... Read on »
Pregnant and Smoking Cigarettes?-Quit Smoking Early On In Pregnancy to Avoid Potentially Harming Your Unborn Baby by Patrick Posted Thu 27 May 2010 12:00am The early stages of pregnancy is reported to be by far the most vital for making certain your baby develops the right way. It’s there where several complications could develop and could pose a risk to the life of both the expectant mother and child. It is also in this stage where several pregnancy issues happen. This given, mothers who are wit ... Read on »
She certainly looked pregnant by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Jul 2009 9:14pm But, she was not pregnant. Not one bit. The woman presented to L&D with c/o contractions. She looked to be about 34-38 weeks pregnant, with a gravid abdomen. She had the waddle going on. Once she was taken into a triage room, the nurse tried to find fetal heart tones. Nothing. Not even placental swooshing sounds. The nurse called th ... Read on »