Im 6 weeks an 4 days pregnant and I checked into the er due to bleeding ans cramping the doctor said he wasn't too sure why I was bleeding but the baby was fine he saw and heard the heart beat and that I should just relax because I can still have a m/c should I be worried or should I take this doctor into consideration. Idk what to do...is this normal has anyone else experienced this?
I had bleeding at 6weeks too i went in too hospital with cramping too got told i was miscarrying but on my scan the next day saw that baby was actually fine and seen a little heartbeat i am now 19weeks 1day pregnant and so far so good ive still had bleeding on and off since but nothing too heavy and no clots. Bleeding doesn't always mean miscarrying although i thort it did as this is my second child and didn't have any bleeding with my first pregnancy and the worry never really goes away especialy when people like us have experianced bleeding.
Okay good. And thanks so much I've been trying not to stress about it because I was told the baby was fine for now. And I've been doing everything I can to get bed rest although in right in the middle of moving. I haven't lifted anything heavy tho mu husband has been doing everything for us. But im glad to hear im not the only one who has gone thru this.
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