Can't get a hold of my doc and really worried ever since I found out I was pregnant I've had spotting and at first we thought I was 8 weeks from just going off what I thought was my last day off cycle, the spotting ended up going away, had a little bit of some clear mucus discharge wasn't worried cuz wasn't blood, woke up one day feeling alot of pain over ovaries would be And lower part of my back, so ended up going to ER, did urine test to see of might of had a kidney, urine etc infection came back clean, so did ultra sound and found out have cyst on ovaries,and that I'm actuall 6 weeks and so many days prego, doc told me it would cause a little pain here and there and will not effect the pregnancy, go home sleep next have a little pain but I know what it's from now so not so worried, that next morning I wake up at 6am to use bathroom go to wipe and there's red blood on paper and looks to be a clot, but just when wipe 2 hours later wake up and it's gone just some clear mucus and little string of blood, now nothing. So I don't understand what's going on is it because the cyst, bad problem or like when some women get a ghost period ? Do t see my doc till Tuesday 19th.
I would call your Dr and voice your concern anf mention that youve been in the ER. I had a small cyst on my ovary which was there throughout my pregnancy. I had some spotting but now have a healthy 3yr old. Hope you can get in soon, try not to worry to much. <3 Best of luck to you & baby!
I had done some spotting with first preg - now a gorgeous 2.5 yr old. Its Very scary for you, I know! But try not to worry. Def call your dr. My dr wasn't concerned but always saw me and I had a few precautionary scans which was reassuring.
Hi I have had a bleed yday and rang my Dr got a internal scan today and I also have a cyst which she and is quite.normal as the baby feeds off it until the cord is formed. But I also have a little blood around the sac, but seen my baby's heartbeat and looked very strong u was worrying a lot as I had a miscarriage in December but hoping now Ive had the last of any scares and have a great pregnancy. If your really worried contact your Dr and tell them how worried you are. Good luck hun hope this eases your worries a bit x x
I am 7 weeks pregnant and have been spotting since i found out i was pregnant, around 2 weeks or more now, went to emerg ran some tests had an ultrasound, baby was fine, was measuring at 5 weeks 6 days at the time, and the heart beat was detected. What they did find was a subchronionic bleed (a tear between the lauers of the placenta) measured about a centimeter. This is fustrating for me as well because i had a previous miscarriage where the baby died and i did not pass anything but a streak of blood in the toilet, this happened at 8 n half weeks, did not get a dnc till i was 11n half weeks. so it was a very difficult pregnancy. I have learned from researching what im going through now that 98% of pregnancies with this problem resolve on its own and will go to full term. Try to stay positive spotting is normal for most early pregnancies.
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