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I am 36 years old, had 2 prior miscarriages, recently found out I am about 3 weeks pregnant and I am bleeding. Have taken 5 HPT's got bloodwork on monday Hcg was 204. Had intercourse on Friday and worked in the yard yesterday, am wondering if I just did to much or if this is going to end up like the others. Am just really scared.
first of all, take it easy, is the bleeding heavy, or is it light spotting I sometimes get very faint spotting after intercourse, secondly, welcome to this community, I see your from Rome NY., I live in Mohawk right outside utica, I am currently pregnant with twins after undergoing IVF. good luck to you
I am sorry for your losses. I know alot of women spot in the first trimester, and after intercourse it is very common. That being said, you should report it to your Dr. and be seen. Most of the time it turns out to be nothing to worry about, but if nothing else, it will put your mind at ease. In the meantime, try to relax (I have also have miscarriages, so I know, easier said than done.) If its heavy bleeding, you should be seen right away, if its just light spotting, call in and talk to the dr's office. But do not sit there and stress, thats the worse thing you could be doing.
I wish you all the best, and will keep you in my thoughts. Let me know how you are doing.
I had 2 m/c and Im 8 wks and had spotting as well. And I had spotting after intercourse on 2 different occasions around wk 5 and 6. I went to Dr and it fine and pretty normal. But please go to put your mind at ease. I wish you a healthy and happy pregnancy.
Went to doctor and my Hcg levels are dropping so this one is ending the same as the others. We are now waiting for an appointment at a fertility clinic. msybe that will do the job and give us the answers we need.
Thank you for all your support. I find more comfort in this forum then in searching for ambiguous answers on the internet. All of you are valuble sources of information. I will keep you posted and let you know how we are doing in the baby making department.
My prayers go out to you, I am SO sorry for your loss. I've been in the exact same boat.
I've had 2 m/c in the past 5 months, and I'm pretty sure I had one 3yrs ago, cause I had some heavy, heavy bleeding that I thought was a heavy AF. My last m/c the dr's figured out my body wasn't producing enough progesterone to make the baby "stick", and as soon as I found out I was pregnant, which was NYD of this year, I m/c immediately within days. This is all because apparently my ovaries are "old".
I wish you all the best, and will keep you in my prayers.:)
im 28 and i just concieved my first baby im 3weeks pregnant my lmp is 25 and progesterone is 1.6 and im bleeding so heavy and had some blood clots come out called my dr and told me to come in tomorrow to do more blood tests. im scared am i miscarring
It's so early in pregnancy, everything may turn out just fine. I read so many posts here with heavy bleeding and positive outcomes! Try not to stress yourself please! maybe ask your doctor for progesterone! I took it and it helped me with keeping ppregnancy, I am 100% sure. I hope you feel better soon and get good news tomorrow! Sending love and prayers <3
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