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10/03/2014 at 15:21
10/03/2014 at 16:54
Hi huni didnt want to read and run, have you called a gp or midwife yet?
my advice would be to call them, how far gone do you thing you are?
i had this twice last year but sadly both mine ended in m/c but i do know loads of ladies do bleed whilst being pregnant, its just the fact you got a negative test i would ring them and ask for an early scan x
im now 6 wks and 4 days again and so far touch wood all seems to be going ok, iv got a scan next week to double check all is ok x
10/03/2014 at 17:09
10/03/2014 at 17:13
i know babes,
i had 2 last year july and december.
july was hard because it was my 1 m/c but december was 10 times worse as i got to see baby and heart beat and i thought at the time Why is this happening to me! i know there is nothing any of us ladies can do to stop a m/c but it dont make it any easier xxxx
I hope all goes well at doctors tonight will be keeping every thing crossed for you.
10/03/2014 at 20:15
10/03/2014 at 20:22
blood tests is a good start huni, thats what they said to me in december that if i lost again it was just unlucky! didnt make me feel any better!
My bleeding with the 1st m/c started at 4 wks 4 day and went on for 15 days solid i knew some thing was wrong by day 3 of bleeding.....
my 2nd i started bleeding at 5/6 wks and bled again for 10 days when i went back for my follow up scan they said baby had died was gutted after seeing him on the screen with a heart beat, had to go in for a d&c exmas eve.
It took me over a year to fall with my son, then 10 months later i got my bfp, then 3 months after the m/c i got my next bfp then 1 cycle after the d&c i got this current bfp......
I wish you all the best huni xxx
10/03/2014 at 20:33
11/03/2014 at 16:16
11/03/2014 at 20:55
Sorry to read this huni, hope they can offer you some answers, try and push for answers, they wouldnt run tests on me said i had to lose 3! i said 1 was bad enough and should run the test then xx
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