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
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.
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 :)
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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