Spotting 7 Weeks After 2 M C

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Shelley Young - April 30

I am currently about 7 weeks pregnant. Yesterday, I noticed some slight brown staining after urinating (not enough to appear on a panty liner), not every time, but about every other time for the last 24 hours. Unfortunately, I have M/C twice, both w/spotting and "encouraging" ultrasounds leading to a negative outcome. The difference is that this time, I don't have any loss of pregnancy symptoms. However, because of my history, my mind is going in the negative direction. Has anyone had spotting/bleeding in early pregnancy after multiple m/c and gone on to a successful pregnancy? Have U/S scheduled for Wedesday to establish viability. Thanks in advance for your responses.

 

AnnieMac - May 6

Shelly, I have had two m/c with early bleeding. I am now 26 1/2w pg with #3. I had a lot of bleeding in my first trimester with all. You might want to have your ob check your for Bicornuate Uterues or any other uterine abnormality. These can cause both first trimester bleeding and m/c in first trimester. They need to be diagnosed asap so your doctor can be aware of the other side effects of such a condition. If you would like more information, a good website to see is http://hygeia.org/poems24.uterine%20anomalies.htm I hope this helps you.

 

brc - May 7

Hi Shelly, I am in the same situation as you. I had an ultrasound last week after the first round of spotting and saw a heartbeat which was very hopeful but have had spotting again since then. It's pretty hard to not dwell on the previous miscarrages but I found this info helpful... http://www.pregnancy-info.net/spotting_bleeding_during_pregnancy.html and when I see the doc this week I'm going to ask about uterine abnormalities as mentioned by AnnieMac here. Good luck to both of us.

 

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