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Can Stress Cause You to Bleed During Pregnancy?


Can stress cause you to bleed during pregnancy? When you first conceive, and the embryo implants,
you’ll see a little blood. Fear of being pregnant strikes around the same time, so you think
the stress is making you bleed. I heard that stress could cause it, not the
worry that you are pregnant. Fear that you are pregnant could make you pull out your
hair or eat a gallon of chocolate chip ice cream. I can understand blaming the ice cream consumption
on the pregnancy, though I assure you, the kid doesn’t need the calories yet. But bleeding
in pregnancy is not a good sign. What is it a sign of? If your body isn’t putting out many hormones,
the bleeding could be a sign of your period trying to start before stopping. Conversely,
it could be a sign of a miscarriage. Can stress trigger a miscarriage? It’s rare, but it can happen. Failing a test
won’t make you miscarry, but fear that your boyfriend will leave you alone to raise the
kid or death of a loved one could be enough to do it. But the pregnancy test is still positive. If you think you’ve miscarried, go to the
doctor. There are other hormone levels that will reveal if you’ve miscarried or are about
to. So stress could cause the bleeding, if it
is a miscarriage. Yes. So you should go to the doctor if you
have bleeding, though it still might not save the baby. That just leaves me with more stress! Then get to a doctor to get an answer! Then
you won’t be so stressed. Then what do I do? Then you either mourn the loss of your child
or get a prescription from the doctor to fix whatever is causing the bleeding. But there
isn’t much I can do. Actually, you could. Do you need me to drive you to the doctor?

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