Ok so last time I was on here I told you ladies I was miscarring! Which I still feel in my heart that I am....well I went to get my HCG levels tested per my Dr. and they were at the 300 to 400 range which they say is normal for how far along I am. I'm going back in today to draw it again because I guess they want to make sure I am miscarring. I have had bright red bleeding and passed a few clots but not the fetus. I'm so confused as to what the heck is going on. I know that this is not normal for a healthy pregnancy and I'm not sure what to think. I told my Dr. what I have been experiencing and she said sometimes people bleed during pregnancy...but like this? It just doesn't seem right to bleed and pass clots and still have a normal pregnancy. Anyway if anyone can give me some insight on this I would appreciate it! Thanks ladies!
It is possible for woman to have PERIOD like blood during they're pregnancy. A good friend of mine who is pregnant with her 3rd baby is bleeding.. She had it with all of her pregnancies.... Dr's don't know why this happens, but it is possible and she had 2 healthy babies, and the other one is yet to be born... Sometimes it can happen.. But if your not passing fetal tissues, and your hcg level's are good then baby is fine! :-)
Well I know for a fact I haven't passed the fetus....but I just don't understand how in the world I could be prego still with the bleeding the clots. It just doesn't make sense. I thought about the twin thing....I don't think I had another one in there but I'm not for sure either. They said it was too early to listen for a heart beat that's why I have to do the blood draw. Ugh!! I hate this!
You can bleed and still go on to have a healthy baby. Even Clots. My friend is going through the same thing now....there was some blood around the babys sac and that was were the bleeding came from.She is on bed rest for her whole first trimester but the doctor said he has seen heavy bleeding and clots but the baby stays put. Have they listened to the babys heart beat to see if it is still strong?
I know a LOT of people who have bled their entire pregnancies. My mom, my sister and my aunt being just 3 of them. There's always that chance that you could just be a 'bleeder.' Good luck at your appointment. Keep us updated.
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