Hi im 11 weeks pregnant and I woke up in the middle
Of the night wanting to pee. I thought it was normal cuz
Lately I have been peeing more often. When I turn to
Flush the toilet there was blood in it and some small
Blood clots. I got scared but when back and lay down
Since I wasn't feeling any kind of pain. After a few
Minutes I feel like I had to pee again. There was blood
Again. And then again. And then again but not as much
As the first few times. Can I be having a misscarriage even
Thought there is no pain involved and I only bleed when
I pee? Pleass let me know im 26 yrs old and this is my
First baby. Im really really scared for my baby.
Is the blood bright red?? And is it coming from your urethra or from your vaginal opening? Because you said it only happens when you pee I would say you might have a uti. But just to be on the safe side because the clots are concerning call your ob immediately. I'm a ftm also so I know how scary something out of the normal can be.
Thanks you!!! the bleeding stop completely I did talk to my
Doctor and they said the baby should be ok since there
It's no pain involved. I still have an appointment tomorrow
Morning for an ultrasound just to make sure. Your right beeing
A ftm every little thing scares me.
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