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I really dont know but the last time I threw up I did have small traces of blood in it, guess i figured it was my throat being irritated and/or ive had a few bloody noses and could have had some blood from that..
What color is the blood? If its bright red and you don't have an active nose bleed its fresh blood coming from somewhere close. Are you pooping blood or black stools? If not its probably not a GI issue, so my guess would be gums bleeding (VERY common in pregnancy, but you would have notice in spit or toothbrush) or a small ulcer or irritation in your stomach lining (also pretty commons but does need treating to stop it from getting worse and possibly causing more issues!). The increase of blood flow we all have makes things bleed much easier then our normal.
This happens to me...a lot. In my case, it's small amounts of bright red blood. It occurs because I irritate my throat from vomiting so hard ( I barely ever vomit, except when I'm pregnant.) My doctor said it's normal for me, but if I were you I'd call your doc just to double check. Good luck and I hope this eased your fear a little bit.
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I had this too when I was vomiting hard. It turned out to be tiny capillaries in my throat bursting due to the hard wretching I was doing. And it could very well be from bleeding gums. If it's just a small amount I'd wait, but the next time you see your doctor, let him/her know. However, if it's a large amount, then you should see your doctor.