How many of you ladies with viable pg, experienced spotting in early pg. It happened on 16dpIUI, so it was too late to be implantation bleeding. My beta at 17dpIUI was 93 which is kinda low and my next test isn't until monday. Last time I spotted with low hcg it ended up being ectopic, and I lost my right fallopian tube, so I'm very concerned.
1. I experienced no spotting
2. I experienced implantation spotting
3. I experienced spotting in early pg (later than implantation)
I spotted with both of my boys off and on throughout my entire 1st trimester (and was thus classified as a "threatened abortion" patient). With my current pregnancy I had both implantation bleeding and then some spotting around 5 and 6 weeks.
Will you get an ultrasound on Monday? I know it's kinda early to see much, but my OB put me at ease by doing one just so we could see the sac and if he could tell where the bleeding was coming from. I had some blood pooling in one spot, which was slowly working its way out and thus the spotting. Are you on baby aspirin? I have been with all three, and that's another reason for some bleeding... when baby implants you don't clot as easily and thus some blood can seep out.
I spotted on and off around weeks 5, 6, and 7 while I was pregnant with Reilly. It freaked me out and I ended up in the ER each time lol. But later I was told that it's pretty normal to spot a little in the early weeks. Good luck on monday!
I am so happy to see you got a bfp!!!!!!!!!!! I had some bleeding at 14 weeks they called it a threatened miscarriage in the ER but all was fine! I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers!!!! Congratulations..stay positive =)
Shoot, I spotted about 7dpo (brown) up until bfp's. About 3 or days before expected af I would start spotting red and think it was AF. Then it would go away and I was pregnant. I also spotted red at 8 weeks w/dd. Are you still spotting? I think your hcg was just low at first but I think you're pregnant and it will double just perrrrfect! I can't wait to hear! At 14 dpo for me my hcg was only 41!
A few days before my period was due I had spotting...a couple days later I got a BFP! I also spotted a pinkish/brown discharge very early (4 wks) into my pregnancy. So far it's a viable pregnancy, I'll be 14 wks on Monday!
I didnt know you are PG again! Congrats. I experience early bleeding with Noah and I was terrified because I had miscarried before I got PG with Noah. Hang in there girl and keep us posted. I Cant believe our babies are reaching the 1 year mark!
You are in my thoughts and prayers! Love ya!
Well, I know I must have with Rhett and just thought it was my period because the BFP was a huge shock. Not sure whether it was implantation because I wasn't paying attention. Pregnancy was not on my radar.
I'm praying for an easy and healthy pregnancy for you and a little sister for Jacob!
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