Spotting is pretty normal. Call your doctors office, and drink lots and lots of water! Like 80oz's a day. It keeps your uterus hydrated.
I bled from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy, pretty much every day. My twins are 2 1/2. Hang in there!!!
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First off, welcome! 2nd- CONGRATS!!!
Is this a natural pregnancy? If so, your dates can be off. Did they do an ultrasound?
I know this time can be so scary, try to hang in there.
When is your next appt?
I spotted/bled from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy. Pretty much every day. My twins are 2 1/2 now. Drink a lot of water, like 80oz's a day to keep your uterus hydrated. Let your doctor know it is happening again. Good luck to you
I bled from week 6 to week 16 week of my pregnancy. Pretty much every day.
My twins are 2 1/2.
Call your doctor, keep our feet up as much as possible. Drink tons and tons of water! Like 80 oz's a day or more. It keeps your uterus hydrated. Good luck!
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