Hi, I am almost 6 weeks pregnant and i started spotting brown. Then I noticed I started to feel period crampy and started having bright red blood spotting. It has gradually gotten worse and now i'm passing dark red blood clots. Mainly when I wipe, and it typically doesn't get on a pad. I had a blood test done 2 days ago and another one scheduled for tomorrow. Has anyone else experienced this? I've also noticed my breast aren't as tender and i don't have the nausea I had. I'm fearful I'm having a miscarriage.
I experienced the same thing around the same time during this pregnancy except I didn't have any cramps, but I did have bright red spotting and some blood clots. I had an ultrasound the day after the bleeding started and the baby was fine. Try not to worry because bleeding doesn't always end in miscarriage although it is a possibility. I am 30 weeks and 4 days along now.
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