I am almost seven weeks pregnant. I have been in and out of the hospital for the past two weeks. Last night I went in becuz I thought I was having a miscarriage the bleeding was so bad. The gestational sac was perfectly fine and the baby has a heartbeat and everything else seems ok. The ob was not concerned.she told me if the bleeding gets where I'm passing clots or filling up a pad every hour then to come back to the hospital. I'm just very worried. And stressed. Anyone else go thru this kind of thing and have a healthy baby?
If the doctor is happy then you shouldn't worry too much but I know it's
easier said than done.Just wanted to say that I've had a similar experience.
I'm 5 wks and 3 days today and have been bleeding on
and off since last weekend. I've been up to early pregnancy
twice now to check my levels. On Wednesday my hpt was 76
and they said although it was very low it was still high enough to
be tested again. Got blood taken this morning and now awaiting
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