I'm almost 11 weeks pregnant and I have been having some complications. I had horrible morning sickness since tue beginning and it just stopped on the 17th. I was throwing up everything I ate and smells made me sick. I had constant back pain. One day my back pain was so horrible I couldn't walk and I Also had cramps. ever since the 17th it all stopped. Last Thursday I had some light bleeding and some tissue looked like it was in it.
But it only lasted that day. Have I had a miscarriage? I took a test today and it still says positive though
I've had a miscarriage before. While the miscarriage is happening I experienced heavy bleeding and lots of blood clots. Also severe cramps for a day. The bleeding will last a while. Like a period. I am hoping you're okay!
No it couldn't be a m/c bc u bleed at least 5 days to 2 weeks or longer. Could just be "left overs" from ur missed period. Go see a doc and ask for ultrasound... but they should just give u one without asking.
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