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hi im 21 and I just found out im pregannt three weeks ago a couple days ago I was having some cramps and when used the restroom and I wiped myself there was some blood. I went to the hospital they took bloodwork and a ultrasound and said everything looks good I even saw the little baby in the sac and heard the heartbeat . a couple days passed and my bleeding is starting to get heavier and ive been seeing little tiny looks like blood clots coming out I am very scared and I don't know what to do I also cant go to the doctor to get it checked because I don't have health insurance
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Hello and welcome to the forum.  I am sorry about a delay in response and that you have gone through this.  What was the outcome?  I would most certainly say that if you begin bleeding heavily during early pregnancy, that you should be checked by a doctor.  A clinic may be helpful for you.  Some women do get bleeds during pregnancy and it does not affect things.  https://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/bleeding-during-pregnancy/basics/definition/sym-20050636  Most women who have bleeding in the first trimester do go on to have healthy babies.  However, the miscarriage statistic is one out of 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage.  It is hard to say what is happening from your description.  Please update us though.  And prenatal care is important.  I would try to think of how you can acquire insurance or healthcare during the critical time of pregnancy.  Please let us know how you are doing.  
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