If you are spotting and it’s bright red blood, and it will be around the time of your period. I wouldn’t worry about that. As long as you’re not cramping or having some contractions that are going along with it, sometime low Dole, back pain, headaches, maybe dizziness, nausea, or something. That’s going along with that, just by, in and of itself, because sometimes you will be spotting in your pregnancy around the time that you would normally be having your menses or your regular cycle. And so a little spot in here, and there’s not good. Normally you should not be spotting at all, but just because you are spotting does not necessarily mean problems. If it is bright red, then of course you would need to stay off your feet. You would need to report that to your provider too, but spinal alone is not necessarily bad. it could be that if you bleeding now, that’s, that’s beyond spotting, but just spotting itself. Now we talking about just the spot, It really doesn’t matter that much unless other things are happening, but whatever spot and you’re doing always let your provider know that because that’s a sign that something is maybe not quite as it should, but it’s also something that could be handled this as simply as you stand off your feet for two or three days.

Maria Milton, Midwife
Maria Milton is a licensed midwife from Flowersview, Florida, and a strong advocate of midwives and natural childbirth. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology/Pre-Med from Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida. Maria is the daughter and past colleague of (the late) midwife, Gladys Milton. She currently owns/operates Milton Memorial Birthing Center in Flowersview—a facility founded by her mother in 1976.