I am 6 weeks pregnant t omorrow but have seen blood in my discharge over the past 2 days. Does this mean I am miscarring? My last pregnancy ended in miscarriage too last year after 8 weeks. Should I wait for my scan in 3 days time or go 2 the doctors?
I bled from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy. Pretty much every day. I have 10 month old g/b twins. It doesn't always mean the worst. Drink tons and tons of water, and keep your feet up as much as possible. You can call your doc, but they will prob not be able to tell you much more....good luck, and let me know how your appt goes.
if it will ease your mind you should call your doc to arrange a scan, I had some spotting since I found out I was pregnant, and was certain I was miscarrying, went for a scan yesterday and there was the little bubs heart beating away, I was so relieved. stressing out over it will be no help to you or the baby so its better if u arrange a scan to ease your mind. good luck, let us know how things go
I had a miscarriage last year in August at 9+5, and found out I was again in January, I started bleeding at 6 weeks also, heavy red clotty blood. And I went for an ultrasound and saw my little girls heart pumping away, and now I'm 25+5 with my rainbow. Bleeding isn't always the end. But I understand your concern. I would speak to the doctor, and defiantly go to that ultrasound.(: good luck sweetheart and keep us updated? xxxx
Just know, seriously, I bled, red, and a lot! I am not trying to lessen your feelings, I just want you to know, it could be ok. I thought for sure I was m/c'ing again. I will send prayers that when you go to the doctor tomorrow, everything with your lil bean is safe and sound. Hugs!
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