I would def. get it checked out by your doctor. Even if they took blood to make sure that your HCG level are rising. It probably is o.k. but no harm in getting it checked. I had bleeding at 10 weeks but bub was fine even though all the doctors told me I was having a m/c. Good luck and hope it works out well for you.
What started as Sporting, turned today to 4th day bleeding. Slight cramping, had blood work done but won't get the results till Monday. I feel I should go back to the ER and see if baby still there. I can't wait till Monday. What are the odds of having this baby? I'm so worried, sad and confused.
A home pregnancy test would not be too helpful coz one can test positive days after coz it takes a while for preg hormones to clear out of system when pregnancy is no longer there or the fetus lose its heartbeat. Either go to er or wait for Monday results but most of all don't stress about it, because it could be just bleeding nit affecting baby but when you stress that might endanger your baby. Hope all goes well and sm thinking about you.
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