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12/06/2013 at 14:58
My husband & I just got 5 positives last week before he went to the field to get ready for deployment. And my boobs started to hurt and I felt sick but never vomited. My period was supposed to be about a week and a half ago or two weeks. I started light pink bleeding last night, then woke up with a little darker blood. This morning there was quite a bit of brownish blood. WAY less that a period though. When I went to pee alot of red blood came, not any clots and last night I was cramping. Alot of people are telling me that this is normal, and it is somewhat a period and alot of women get this early in pregnancy but I am worried. I'm not cramping anymore and after the toilet there isn't too much blood, but now it's kinda a darkish pink color. Is it possible that I did not have a miscarriage, a miscarriage was the first thing that popped into my head. My doctor isn't in today and I'm wondering if I should go to the ER? Can I ask them to do an ultrasound to check and see if everything is okay?
12/06/2013 at 16:04
I think it would be too early to do an ultrasound bug they should be able to do blood work to check your hormone levels. Try and rest as much as poss and maybe do another test in a few days. Some people do bleed more than others, I have 2 wipes of pinky discharge but it literally was only a small amount on toilet paper. GL X
12/06/2013 at 16:36
I have bled 2 so far in this pregnancy and I am only 9 weeks pregnant today.. It sounds very similiar to what happened to me.. Rest as much as possible and test in 48hrs from the bleed. xxx
12/06/2013 at 16:47
Call your local hospital - they should have what the call a EAU (Early Assessment Unit) or something similar. When I had a bleed at 8 weeks I called there and they talked it through with me. They ended up bringing me in for an early scan (all was well in the end and now have a beautiful DD, so try not to get too worried, it may be nothing). Even if they don't bring you in for a scan then I am sure they will give you advice.
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