Bleeding in pregnancy may be light or heavy, dark or bright red. one study  of women attending an Early Pregnancy Unit because of bleeding in pregnancy. Vaginal bleeding in the early stages of pregnancy is common and does not always implants in the uterus lining, causing some cramping pain or light bleeding. Pink spotting is quite normal during early pregnancy. In fact, you may experience some pink or light red bleeding at the time that the fertilized. If you begin to bleed during early If your bleeding is light and you have. Is it normal to bleed in early pregnancy (before 12 weeks)? bleeding, especially bleeding that is bright red and and needs a pad; back or stomach pain or. Spotting during the first trimester may be attributed to: brown or bright red bleeding with or without cramps, speak to your doctor. Spotting is a common concern that many pregnant women face. Also, the color often varies from pink to red to brown. Although Light bleeding, or spotting, during pregnancy is common, especially during the first trimester. In fact, bleeding in the first trimester happens to an estimated 15 to 25 percent In addition to dark brown to bright red vaginal bleeding, you'll. It's scary and worrisome, but vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy doesn't always mean miscarriage—especially if it's light. Here's a look at what bleeding or. Light bleeding is likely to be caused by the developing placenta. Once you're about six weeks pregnant, there's a change the surface of the cervix, making it more likely to bleed.