i miscarried in july and am now 6w6d and am scred to death to miscarry again so idk if im just scaring myself or if somethings really happening, ive been having a back ache for 2days not really painful just like i slept on it wrong but i read back pain can mean miscarriage, any advice? im so scared what do you think is going on?
Unfortunately I've had two miscarriages so I'm sadly experienced in this topic. With both my miscarriages I did not have backaches. They both started with spotting that progressed to light bleeding and eventually heavy bleeding. During the heavy bleeding I also had really painful cramps. Try not to worry and maybe do more relaxing. If it really bothers you let your doctor know and hopefully he/she can pinpoint the source of your backache.
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