Bleeding Pls Read And Reply Thanks

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Paul - December 30

Hi everyone. I am eight weeks pregnant.I just started spotting brown and pink fluid on Friday. Doctor examined cervic and stated it was closed and uterus looked fine. She said these were good signs. However, on Sat I noticed more slight spotting and then Sunday morn I for first time noticed red blood trickling out and then more later that morning.It looked like clumps of red blood. I have had no cramping or pain and have u/s in the coming week. Is there still a chance I can have a normal pregnancy? Thanks and good luck to everyone.

 

treshala - December 30

I really think that you should go to the ER and get checked out asap. I know you said you have no pain but if you saw "clumps of red blood" you should just go to make sure. Keep us updated :)

 

newlywed0915 - December 31

hey hun, I had a similiar experience, and while I had the same type of spotting, I went to the ER. 2 hours after I got there i started to bleed. There were tiny clots. They too told me my cervix was closed, and after an ultrasound they termed it a threatened abortion. There was a tear in my uterus causign the bleeding, so bedrest was ordered so it could heal and not get bigger. Bleeding in the 1st trimester is happens in 25% of pregnancies. Sometimes its unexplainable. 50% of the pregnancies go on to delivver healthy babies. I would reccomend staying off your feet for a while and not doign any heavy lifting. You'll probably be okay hun, as a miscarriage means horrible cramping and pa__sing of a grayish tissue...not clots. Good luck and keep us updated.RESt REST REST!!!!

 

newlywed0915 - December 31

BTW, I am now 14 weeks and 2 days, and so far we haven't had anymore troubles! ;-)

 

DownbutnotOUT - January 2

I would go to the ER right away and demand a u/s and HCG tests! I woke up one morning at 11 weeks and 1 day pregnant with blood soaked panties that turned into brown spotting (sorry if TMI). Anyway drs said my cerivx was closed and that this was normal but they were going to take some blood (hcg) and do a u/s. Sure enough my baby had died at around 6 weeks 6 days, no heartbeat was detected and HCG levels wera at 6900. IThat dr that checked you should have got you in for blood work and/or a u/s. Clumps? If you are pa__sing red clots it sounds like a miscarriage.

 

newlywed0915 - January 2

I wouldn't say clumps necessarily mean a miscarriage. I had clumps of blood clots. Tiny, not too large...and not any cramping really. Paul has no cramping or pain, so I don't think its a miscarriage...but I'm not a doc! Paul, call your doc and tell him or her what happened so they can see what to do. The sure signs of a miscarriage are heavy cramping and pa__sing grayish tissue, not clots.

 

cfuller - January 4

Hi Paul, I'm not actually in my 1st trimester but I read your post and thought I could help. I am actually 37 weeks, only 3 weeks for me to go until my due date! When I was in my 1st trimester I also had bleeding at 8 weeks and there was no cramping or pain of any kind. I freaked because I had had a miscarriage in early March of 2007 so I thought it was happening all over again. I called my doc and they brought me in for an emergency ultrasound to see what was going on. They found my babies heartbeat right away and it was a strong 175 :-) They looked all around and couldn't find a reason for the sudden gush of bright red blood. They said they thought it might have been a hematoma but weren't positive. I stopped bleeding about an hour after it started and then I spotted everyday for the next 6 weeks. I had an ultrasound every week until i was 12 weeks along and I have never had any more problems since then. I'll be delivering my baby girl anytime within the next 3 weeks and I'm SO glad everything turned out ok for me. I hope you have a happy ending with this pregnancy as well. Good luck!

 

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