I went to the ER this AM with moderate to heavy bleeding. They told me the heart rate is good and they saw the baby on US, it was moving and appeared ok. I am 14+3 wondering if this has happened to anyone else without causing a miscarriage.
I know bleeding in early pregnancy is really common not so much in the second trimester.. I bled at 6 weeks and it was like bright red and thick and clotty right away which freaked me out because this is my second pregnancy (The first ended in miscarriage) But all was fine and baby is healthy and I'm not 14 weeks + 5
i was told the same thing at the ER when i was 10wks and now i am 17+2 and my doctor says she doesnt see any bleeding anymore so it is very possible but at the time i was put on restrictions so take it easy hun good luck
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