tomorrow i will be 15 weeks. Ive been to the dr and er numerous times for spotting and pain. Usually its brown but when it was red was when i went to the er. Ive had about 6 ultrasounds and each one shows nothing bad. the dr keeps telling me everything looks fine, the baby is growing and as long as there is a heartbeat its all fine. I get an extra rush of blood (not everytime but more than not) when i blow my nose, sneeze, cough or poop. i quit my job a few weeks ago because its extremely stressful and i was on my feet 12 hours a day. THis is my first pregnancy and im terrified. I was told it was going to be hard for me to get pregnant to begin with and that only took 3 months. I dont get cramping per say its more of a sharp pain. i bought a fetal doppler to check the heartbeat myself because thats basically what the dr told me theyd do everytime i go in. i know someone who was a smoker and had miscarriages run in the family but her placenta detached and she delivered her baby at 5 months....not knowing it was her baby. I do not smoke and miscarriages do not run in my family but i dont know what to do. no one is giving me answers.
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