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    Default One spot of blood 6w3d?

    Yesterday I had just one very small streak of red blood. Am I going to be ok?

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    Has it continued or gotten heavy/worse?
    Do you have cramping or sharp pain in either side?

    I had spotting and bleeding during early and mid pregnancy.
    Everything was ok.
    Spotting and bleeding can be normal but it can mean other things of it continues or progressively gets worse.

    Either way I think it would be a good idea to see your DR or OB.
    Even if it has stopped it will be good for peace of mind.

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    Very slight cramping. But no more blood only the ond drop. I think for my peace of mind I will go to gp. Thanks

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    I was told that if I ever get any bleeding to go to the GP and if heavier then even to the hospital I'm being seen at. I had to do this the other week at 23 weeks and I was fine but its best to do for piece of mind

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    I had spotting at 6 weeks, bright red.. Then brown spotting at 10 weeks after going for a run. Both times I rang my midwife and went in for a scan, and made sure I rested. I think the most important thing at this stage would be to rule out an ectopic pregnancy, so definately ring your dr. Oh and I'm now 12 weeks and bubs is fine.

    Goodluck and congrats on your pregnancy!


 

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