Bleeding in early pregnancy can be quite normal. It can be your uterus growing rapidly. Increase your water intake. To like 80oz's a day or more. It helps keep the uterus hydrated.
I bled from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy. Pretty much every day. Red, brown, heavy, light. It never becomes less stressful, but my babies just turned 3!
Hang in ...
It is very normal not to see a heartbeat until around week 7.
Hang in there!!! I know it is hard, but try and relax, unfortunately, the outcome is out of your hands.
I am betting in 2 weeks you get fantastic news!!!
I am sorry you are having to deal with this. And, I wish your doctor would have given you a little more care.
If I were you, I would call and see if the mammogram can be moved up. Simply Just for peace of mind. I know how scary it is especially with 2 little children. I was diagnosed when my twins were 2 (I was 47) and they weighed heavily on my mind....
I have. It diesnt happen often, but Sometimes multiple embryos implant, and then not all continue to grow, causing a drop in the #'s, then they start rising again. I hope that is your case. Pease let us know how things go.
I am so sorry you aren't getting clear answers. My doctor pretty much told me from me 2nd mammo (6 month follow up) and u/s that they believed I had cancer. And another told me the same thing before my biopsy.
I believe there is a truth in the saying "No news is good news".
I know it's hard, and nerve wracking, and Damn Scary! But...
Just wanted you to know, I both spotted and bled from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy, pretty much every single day. My twins will be 3 in a few weeks. Please drink lots of water, and contact your doctor.
Congrats on your twins!!!
My twins measured differently off and on throughout my pregnancy. Both of your babies have really strong heartbeats. Try not to worry to much. It may switch to the other way at soe point, or even out.
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