Hi, iv just found out I am pregnant after 4 years of trying. I found out on sunday morning and started spotting on sunday night, I went to the out of hours and got told to go to my gp, I did on monday and they booked me in for a scan wednesday.. Although tuesday I had a lot of pain in my left side and was bleeding a lot.. I had a scan but couldn't see much as I am so early on, I only have one ovary due to having polycystic ovaries I had my right one removed, I also have a bicornate urterus which means my uterus almost appears to be parted in two, we seen the sac on the scan and also noticed I have a cyst on my remaining ovary. The doctor thinks that is what's causing the pain and the bleeding is because my uterus lining on the right side is so thick, I have a scan for the 26th but that's 12days away, I'm still bleeding although its much lighter then before, I still have a few cramps every so often in my left side too. I haven't passed any massive clots and I know it doesn't sound very nice but the ones I have passed I have checked and they appear to be just blood. I'm still having morning sickness but I'm really scared, I never thought I'd get pregnant and now I am I really don't want to lose it?! If anyone can just give me some advice so I know what to expect I'd be really grateful x
You could go to the hospital, sometimes they could do a bloodtest to find out your levels to see what's happening. Other then that there isn't much you can do and I know it's horrible playing the waiting game, but just relax and what happens will happen and I say this from x2 experience. At least there is actually a reason why your in pain eg the cyst and sometimes women do bleed and everything is fine. I've got my fingers crossed and thinking of you. Goodluck hope you get some answers asap xx
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