Hi ill be 6 weeks pregnant on sunday. but just last night i started a brown discharge then it turned to actual period like bleeding with a little cramps. My doctor told me if the cramps continue to come in but the cramps have stopped but the bleeding has continued. I dont kno what to do at all.. The bleeding hasnt reached enough to full a pad yet but i think its getting there. Do anybody have any advice on my situation or ever been in this situation??
Some do bleed during pregnancy, but from my experience it sounds like you're having an early miscarriage. You could take another pee test if it is a miscarriage it would probably be negative. I hope the best for you.
I had some bleeding around six weeks and I did not miscarry. I did not have any cramps while I was bleeding though. I would definitely go see the doctor and maybe you can have an ultrasound to see if the baby is ok. That's what I did the day after I had the bleeding and we saw that the baby was fine and the bleeding tapered off. I'm 31 weeks today. Good luck to you and your baby.
I agree you definitely you should in...doctors tell you not to come in with bleeding because there's generally nothing they can do if it's a m/c, but it's not fair to the women waiting at home wondering...so go in and tell them you're bleeding and that you had cramps but they stopped. they can look and let you know what's going on....it may be absolutely nothing and the baby's fine, but you shouldn't have to sit around and worry and wonder <3.
thank you everyone for your advice it was well needed. Im now waiting for my mother to take me to the er. Also i had a little cramps this morning nothing server but the bleeding has continued. Its not clots just a regular flow
I bled worse then a period during my last pregnancy for 5 weeks straight. Never had any cramps while I was bleeding but I now have a healthy little 2 year old to show for it. Keep your head up everything may turn out ok.
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