Bleeding in Pregnancy: When to Worry

Not all bleeding is cause for despair, but it is vital that the case be investigated

It doesn’t matter if it occurs at the beginning, middle or end of pregnancy, or if the woman is a mother of one, two or multiple trips: any small bleeding that appear in pregnant women’s panties is able to make you lose sleep. And in this case, a certain amount of concern is even welcome!

Certainly, not all bleeding is cause for despair. In some situations, the blood is up to normal and poses no risk to pregnancy. But it is vital that the case be investigated.

Check out the possible reasons of bleeding at different stages of pregnancy with maternity high heels mentioned on Mcat-test-centers:

First Quarter

According to Nyima Trizi, gynecologist and obstetrician at the Hospital and maternity ward, Brazil of rede D’or São Luiz, the bleeding at this stage of pregnancy can pose threat of miscarriage or bleeding of the uterine cervix. In both cases, it is imperative to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Second And Third Trimesters

According to the OB-GYN Nyima Trizi, in the second and third quarters red bag delivery may occur, which is a more serious.

“The presence of placenta previa-the placenta implantation abnormality – can also introduce bleeds throughout pregnancy,” says the doctor. It’s a case that could lead to complications for pregnancy, therefore, must be diagnosed as soon as possible. In this situation, the bleeding is usually abundant, bright red color, and does not necessarily accompanied by cramping.

At the end of pregnancy can occur even the premature separation of placenta, which has symptoms, in addition to the shade of bright red blood or dark, strong cramps and persistent contractions. The situation is serious and should be treated with urgency.

“Regardless of the type of bleeding, it is essential that the patient search for a hospital to be examined and perform a diagnosis is possible USG accurate and can save mother and fetus”, highlights the OB-GYN Nyima Trizi.

It is very important that the future mother not despair in these situations of bleeding and much less take any medication without medical advice.


Are common reports of pregnant women who have had any bleeding after sexual intercourse. “In this case it is necessary to stop the Act and find the nearest hospital”, highlights the OB-GYN Nyima Trizi. It is important to avoid a new sexual relationship until the cause of the bleeding and hearing the doctor’s guidelines.

Reports Of Mothers

Altina Rivoli, 34 years old, housewife, tells that, around the fourth month of pregnancy, had a bleed that scared him. “I didn’t feel any pain, but I thought the strange bleeding and went to the ER to make sure everything was all right. I ended up spending the whole night in the hospital because she was showing a urinary tract infection. Was a tremendous scare, because I thought that could be detached placenta.The doctor then prescribed me a specific remedy and plenty of water to hydrate. Thank God everything went well, “reports.

Denise Fernandez, 31 years, teacher, says that in the 11th week of gestation, had a bleeding after sexual intercourse. “I looked for my gynecologist as soon as possible, but he found that everything was fine with me and the baby. After that I had sometimes sexual relationship without problems, “he says.

Medical Consultation

In consultation with the gynaecologist, after the bleeding, it is essential that you explain, in detail, everything that occurred, so he can make the diagnosis of the case.

The characteristics of bleeding may indicate its causes: what was the duration of bleeding? It was a light or heavy bleeding? He was accompanied by pain? These and other issues are very important.

It is worth noting that, as the bleeding in pregnancy can occur for different reasons-and may or may not be serious, it is not possible to speak of a single treatment. “There are several diagnoses, therefore, for each case will be indicated a specific treatment or passed the correct guidelines,” says OB-GYN Nyima Trizi.

Preventive Measures

Although the nosebleeds can occur for different reasons in pregnancy and in some cases are inevitable, some care can help prevent a miscarriage or other problems during pregnancy:

Do not smoke and not use drugs of any kind, including alcohol;

Keep a balanced diet;

Do regular medical checks;

Follow all the guidelines passed by your doctor since the beginning of the pregnancy;

Do not hesitate to seek medical help if you have questions.

By following these simple tips, pregnancy, probably will be quiet, without offering any risks to the mother or the baby.