I'm a 23 year old women who just recently found out she was pregnant. This is my first child and I was very excited. This baby is a miracle and a blessing. But yesterday I noticed a small amount of bleeding and cramping. I went to the ER and they consider it a threatened miscarriage. Which means really its 50/50 if my pregnancy will go on or lead to a miscarriage. I know that with prayers and lots of positive thinking everything will be okay. I believe in miracles.
I had spotting in my.first and second trimester off and on. My doc told me it was just my cervix being sensitive. I was scared to.death but now im 32 weeks. Sending prayers your way stay positive mama only happy thoights for your babe:)
I also had spotting and also told it was a threaten miscarriage. I was so sad and stressed like you are. But your right miracles do happen and I'm sure you will be fine!!! Try to stay clam and think positive! I'm now 36 weeks an baby is healthy!!!
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