The Blood Streaks Slightly From The Vagina. Is It Pregnant?
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Small amounts of blood that come out of the vagina are known as spotting. Spotting near the time of fertility or ovulation may occur. Spotting can occur around day 11 or 21 after the first day of your last period. In women who experienced spotting around the day of ovulation, they found increased levels of the hormones progesterone and luteinizing hormone. Normal spotting occurs for 1-2 days, with red or brownish color, not accompanied by lumps, the volume is small.
Spotting due to implantation of the fertilized uterus usually occurs near the day of the scheduled menstrual period so it is often mistakenly known as menstruation. Therefore, if you don't have your period this month, you can try again to do a pregnancy test pack.
Spotting can also be caused by vaginal or cervical trauma due to sexual intercourse, especially when lubrication is lacking. The spotting didn't last long and the volume was low.
What to worry about is if there is discharge such as vaginal discharge but mixed with blood or has a yellow / greenish / milky odor in color, abdominal cramps that occur continuously, pain during intercourse, large amounts of bleeding (changing pads every hour), spotting lasts a long time . If you experience these things, you should immediately consult the nearest obstetrician.
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