I'm a 23 year old women who just recently found out she was pregnant. This is my first child and I was very excited. This baby is a miracle and a blessing. But yesterday I noticed a small amount of bleeding and cramping. I went to the ER and they consider it a threatened miscarriage. Which means really its 50/50 if my pregnancy will go on or lead to a miscarriage. I know that with prayers and lots of positive thinking everything will be okay. I believe in miracles.
Sending prayers...and if it helps, I know exactly what you are going through. I went through the same thing. I put myself on a modified bedrest which helped ease the bleeding. No matter what they say, I think that's what helped me. I stayed that way for a couple days after I stopped bleeding. I just gave birth 9 days ago to a healthy little girl, so try not to stress too much. Easier said than done, I know...
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