Bleeding during pregnancy could happen for so many reasons and could have many shapes of symptoms, but ladies don’t worry it doesn’t have to be something scary or something to worry about.
Let’s talk deeper, most bleeding cases happens in the first trimester and that means the first three months, it has many shapes and factors, the symptoms could be a light bleeding and that one is safe and even normal in some cases and the other is a heavy bleeding and that one could be an alert for something serious happening, but not in all cases too.
The factors behind the light and heavy bleeding are a lot, so let’s find out more. the light bleeding that happens at that time and I mean the first trimester of pregnancy is nothing to worry about, as it happens as a result of a normal process called implantation in which the fertilized egg attach itself to the uterus walls, so there is nothing to worry about mommy. This bleeding usually lasts for couple of days and it’s so light, so if you notice any heavy bleeding or if this bleeding lasted for longer time, then it’s time to consult your doctor.
Miscarriage could be another factor for bleeding, but this one happens with heavy bleeding and usually happens with blood clots and brown discharges and in most cases it comes with some symptoms like, back pain, fever and abdominal cramps. This case is a worrying one and you should consult your doctor immediately and follow the instruction he will tell you about. Don’t be sad if it’s a miscarriage, life is full of second changes, stay positive and try again.
Some other factors could be the reason behind bleeding at the first trimester of your pregnancy, like something called tubal and molar pregnancy. The bleeding happens in Tubal pregnancy as a result of fallopian tubes damage and that happens when the fertilized embryo fail to find its way to the uterus and settles in this tube and continue its journey their, it’s also knows as pregnancy outside the uterus. This case is dangerous for both the baby and the mother, so you should immediately consult your doctor.
The molar pregnancy happens when a mass of tissues grows inside the uterus and this case also may causes bleeding and preeclampsia as wall, so you need to consult your doctor as soon as you can.
That isn’t all, some other simple factors like, bladder infection, tears of the vaginal wall, trauma or low progesterone hormone levels could also cause bleeding. Stay positive, calm and enjoy every moment of your pregnancy, things will be just fine mommies.