Black Spots Come Out When Pregnant?
Good morning.rnMy HPHT is on 15/02/18 and I got married on 24/2/18 and until now I haven’t had any problems. When my TP came back positive and I visited the midwife too, yes, I’m pregnant. What I’m confused about is that sometimes black spots come out but not often. Do you think it’s dangerous for my fetus or not? What are the factors that cause these spots? exit.??rnTrmksh
At the gestational age of less than 12 weeks, about 20% of women complain of discharge. Spots during early pregnancy can be caused by:
Implantation bleeding is blood due to the attachment of the fetus to the uterine wall. It is harmless and goes away on its own Bleeding after sexual intercourse Light bleeding after certain medical procedures, such as a transvaginal ultrasound or examination in excessive activity Threatened miscarriage, early pregnancy, undeveloped fetus or ectopic pregnancy Other disorders, eg uterine polyps
During pregnancy, bleeding into the cervical area increases so that it is easy to bleed. Often this bleeding is harmless, but the slightest bleeding during pregnancy should not be taken lightly. Immediately consult a gynecologist to make sure that the bleeding is not caused by something that threatens your pregnancy. The obstetrician will conduct questions and answers, a physical examination and also an ultrasound to determine the cause.
Also read: Bleeding when Pregnant Young
I hope it's useful,