I’m Spotting Does This Mean I’m Miscarrying?

Does This Mean I’m Miscarrying?

During the first two to three months of pregnancy, it is common to have some spotting. If you start to have cramps and the bleeding increases make sure you get to your doctor right away. In most cases of spotting or light bleeding, women many times go on to have healthy babies.

If you are concerned please talk to your doctor, they may want to check your HCG levels and keep an eye on you. Make sure you talk to your parents or an adult if you have any concerns. Communication is a very important part of keeping you and your baby healthy.


A Dusty Diamond,



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