Hello I am 7 weeks. And two days ago I started bleeding a little more than just spotting and it only lasted for a half a day with no cramping. I have no symptoms, so I am worried that I miscarried? Any input would be great to ease my mind. Thanks
That happened to me...I went to the ER and they found a hemorrhage between my uterus and placenta. Ive been on bed rest for over a week. I go back tomorrow so hopefully things are still going good. I will be 14 weeks tomorrow.
Bleeding or spotting during pregnancy should b3 consulted with doctor as it could be nothing but also start of a problem.. I would recommend u to go emergency and get urself checked out... Bear in mind bleeding is not always sign of miscarriage but it can not be confirmed until u have either blood test drawn or u/s... Take cares
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