First Trimester Bleeding – No one expects bleeding in pregnancy. The truth is, some bleeding in pregnancy is not unusual. Spotting is normal.
If you have bleeding in the first trimester that is accompanied by severe pain, please contact the office.
Second Trimester Bleeding – Light bleeding after intercourse is not uncommon and is not cause for concern. If you have bleeding like a period at any time, please contact the office.
Third Trimester Bleeding – Bleeding before 36 weeks may be preterm labor. If you have bleeding, please contact the office. If you are bleeding like a heavy period, we need to hear from you.
If you are 36 weeks or more, have mucousy bloody discharge you could be preparing for active labor.