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Can it be a miscarriage?
Although bleeding during pregnancy is a common sign of miscarriage, it does not mean a miscarriage is immanent. It can also be normal for a pregnant woman to spot or have some bleeding during pregnancy and still have a healthy baby. Bleeding during the early stages of pregnancy is referred to as threatened miscarriage and consequently needs to be evaluated and monitored by the physician. Sometimes there will be mild cramping or even a low backache with bleeding, which could be an indication of a miscarriage. It is important to call your physician with the following symptoms: spotting or bleeding even if there is no pain, bleeding with pain (could feel like menstrual cramping or low back ache), a gush of fluid with no pain or bleeding (could be the amniotic sac breaking). Anthony C. Quartell,MD & Associates serves Livingston, NJ, Millburn, N.J., West Orange, N.J. and surrounding areas.
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