Not sure what to think...got home from work today and went to the bathroom and when I wiped there was a pink tinge to the toilet paper. Not believing what I saw I wiped again, sure enough it happened again. I have some pain in my lower tummy. I still feel the baby moving. I called the doc on call and she said take it easy and she would see me first thing in the morning. Otherwise if it gets worse she will meet me at the hospital. Please pray for me and my little one!!
hi... im kinda new and this question is the reason i joined this forum.. im alil over 19 weeks and last week i woke up and went to the bathroom and found that i had a reddish to pink discharge whenever i wiped... i was in a state of panic as i have already had one miscarriage and this is our first baby... called my ob who said it does happen, but couldnt get the fear out of my mind... went to the gp and he did a u/s... baby and heartbeat were perfectly fine, i just needed to get some bed rest and take it easy... this really scared the hell outta me... im constantly scared and really wish it didnt have to be that way coz i know it can have a bad impact on my lil one... the advice would be much appreciated
Hello, It sounds like you need to follow doctors advice. We are all in a delicate state. You need to take it wasy and allow someone else to take over the house work and the put your feet up. Rest as much as possible. No matter what let someone else take care it including the shopping. Also a great part of it all is to not stress. Find ways to relax. Stress and worry are not good either for the little one. God Bless Praying for you.
I am experience the same pain and I try to wear the belly bands. It helps to get the extra support. I do this early before the pain. As soon as I get home I take off the band and lay down for a while or nap. This helps. But you rest and do not worry about the little one. My God mother told me early on the more aches and pains the healthier the baby. Sounded crazy to me, but so far she has been right and now I just tell myself its the baby taking charge of his body. I just hope when he gives it back I can fit my old clothes. ;)
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