Hi ladies, I posted earlier in the week that I am pg!
Well this morning I went to the bathroom and had some brown discharge:(
Ok, I'm scared now!! I also have af cramps, has anyone experienced this? Is this normal?!
Today is my RE appt, I'm so scared I don't want to go through another m/c.
Nurse told me on Wednesday that my numbers were good...4000.
I hope everything is ok.
Brown is old blood and I too bleed the brown, pink and sometimes bright red in the beginning of my pregnancy (3 months) everytime in a panic but I am now 19 weeks. It happens and you could be and prob are just fine. But always call the doctor for him/her to check your cervex.
HI, I would insist you get a ultrasound. I had brown discharge then next day pink and next red. I m/c at 7 weeks. I pray dearly this doesnt happen to you-but I would be checked out asap-I know it is hard not to worry, but relax,try too!!Usually it is nothing-as ladies have had cramps and bleeding and go onto normal pregnancies-so just brown discharge is good that it isnt red and it probably is old blood from a previous issue earlier in pregnancy.
I am not trying to worry you but i would ask for an ultrasound. On Dec. 10th i started having brown discharge/blood. on Monday i went to the dr and they did an ultrasound just to find out my baby didnt have a heart beat. i had to have a d&c that night. I also had two other miscarraiges that started with brown discharge/blood. i hope everything is ok with you though. Good luck and ask for an ultrasound just so you can see for yourself if your baby is ok.
I had a miscarriage a few months back there was no pain in fact I never even missed a period well not im pregnant again and very nervous every since I took the test and it came out positive a few days back I have been cramping and then this morning when I wiped I had a brown discharge...is this another miscarriage. My dr appt is set for tomorrow at two.
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