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Is it normal to spot during pregnancy

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i am six weeks pregnant an i started spotting last night an i dont know if its normal because i had a baby ten months so i dont know if its normal please tell me im ok

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I spotted from about 5 weeks to 6 weeks. I don't know what caused it, or if it's normal, but my baby is fine. If you start cramping, or the bleeding gets heavier, call your doctor, as it can be a sign of miscarriage. But as long as you're not in pain, and the spotting is light, you should be fine. :)
I had some spotting when I was seven weeks along with my second pregnancy. At the time, it seemed like a ton of blood, but looking back, it was really just some heavy spotting. I went to the ER and was diagnosed with a threatened miscarriage, even though everything was fine. My baby turned out wonderfully, and I didn't have any other problems with that sure to wear a pad, as that helps you to better judge how much blood there is. If you're bleeding through one pad and hour, you need to call your doctor or go to the ER. If you're just spotting a little, call your doctor, he or she may want to see you.
I know what you are going through as i was in the same position 6 months ago. Just take the doctors advice as everything can be ok.
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