Hi I am 5w3d this is baby #4 for me ...and we are so happy its been 5years since our last little
peanut came.but this pregnancy is so much different and now I woke up last night w period like cramping and bleeding like as if Igetting my period also.I'm not sure why this is.I'm very upset and never experienced this in my other pregnancys. My sister and mom said that my pregnancys before might have been easier before cause I was younger.but I'm only going to be 27 at the end of the.month.my 1st pregnancy was 9yrs ago the 8 yrs ago m 5yrs ago.n they were.all.great healthy pregnancys..anyone have Amy idea on why I can be bleeding n cramping like this?
You need to see a Dr. It could be a miscarriage. (I lost 5) You may need to stay in bed for a couple of weeks to keep this baby. I almost lost the last one too. Started cramping and bleeding - but Dr. told me I needed complete bed rest (get up to the bathroom only) and I was able to keep my baby.
I really hope you and bubby are okay. But it does sound like a miscarriage to me (I've only been pregnant once and the end result was miscarriage).. Cramping is a major sign. Spotting can be normal during pregnancy, but it's always best to go to the doctors to get checked out. Red blood is the main concern, and clots. Look after yourself girlie and keep us posted.:)
You do really need to see a doctor, i am 6 weeks and 3 day and just started bleeding, really unhappy and scared, had a mc last year. Saw a doctor today, did a scan but i have fibroids so they couldnt see clearly, doing some blood test to check if still pregnant or miscarrying and will know by end of week.
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