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8weeks got spotting and cramping
hi, it's my 1st preg. i just went to my doctor on monday to get my second ultrasound (first one was too early only saw the sac). I got to see the baby as tiny as it is, and the doctor said it already has a heartbeat. But i started some spotting on wednesday, brownish specks of blood (its after we had sex, i notice pinkish discharge). And it continues till today (3rd day) and even got some clots. I havent got in contact with my doctor yet. Is this normal? I'm so worried i started crying the whole night. :( has anyone going through what i'm going and still have healthy preg? Pls help! Thx
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Have to wait till i can see my doctor, but the spotting got worse it comes more often and red colour. So freaked out right now, help!!
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Lost my baby...
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I'm so sorry to hear this.  My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.  
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thx a lot for your prayers. Hope noone has to go through what i felt.. Just gonna let myself recovered, phisically and mentally. :)
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I've been there myself. I have been pg 4 times and I'm expecting now but I have been having heavy bleeding and clotting. I go in tomorrow to see what's happening. If you ever need to talk please feel free to message me. Hope you feel better soon.
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Thanks.. Still wondering what could be the cause. Is it something i did or didnt do? I took a surgery yesterday to clean the womb. Congrats on your pg btw, and hopefully there's nothing to worry about the bleeding though.. Hope u have a healthy baby :)
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Nooooo it's absolutely nothing you could of done. Sometimes these things happen. I think miscarriages are more common then you think. I know that most women go onto having a healthy pregnancy the next time around, with me I had a lot of issues that needed to be addressed. I am not your typical case. Please don't think that it was your fault. I was told this by my doctor because I had felt the same way. What your feeling is natural. If there is anything I can help you with please let me know. *big hugs*
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thanks, talking with u really give me a moral boost :) good luck with ur pg and hopefully i'll get my chance soon. I'll let u know ;)
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