Many women experience vaginal bleeding at some point in their pregnancy, especially in the first trimester when the pregnancy is just beginning. In many cases (especially early on, and if the bleeding is minimal) this can be completely normal. However, continued bleeding can be worrisome and warrants being evaluated by a physician, particularly if the bleeding is accompanied by pain, cramps, fever, dizziness or fainting. It is important to know strategies to handle and control bleeding if it occurs, and also to know when to see your doctor for additional help and treatment.
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