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Old 09-06-2003, 06:12 AM   #1
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Red face Bleeding.....in w. 6.............

I had a bleeding this morning,it was only a little and just on the toilet tissue (not dripping)

Is this really bad, has it happened to any of you? Please help, cause I am so scared!!
The Dr. said its too early to do Ultra sound, wouldn't be able to hear heart beat yet. Not until next week!!!
This is my first baby, and I have nothing to compare to or anyone to speak to in the family, since its still a secret!

Thank you...

 
Old 09-06-2003, 06:47 AM   #2
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During my 6wk I had spotting pink spotting on the tp.. and went to the emergency room they did a internal and there was blood on the samples he took.. I was scared.. they did a u/s and saw the yolk sac.. It was because I had intercourse.. the dr informed me during the first weeks of pg your cervix is very soft and tender.. and will bleed if irritated.. i.e. sex...tampons.. douche.. anything that rubs the cervix..

The only time you really need to worry is if it is accompanied by severe cramping and if the bleeding gets heavy and continues.. like if you need to use a pad.. or something to catch the blood.. So don't worry it could just be some irritation.. also some women spot when they are to normally expect their AF.. if you are seriously concerned call your dr..

Congrats on your pregnancy.. and Good Luck and Blessings for a healthy nine months..

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Old 09-06-2003, 07:26 AM   #3
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When i was 7wks pregnant i had a bleed...a very small amount of red blood followed by about a week of brown (old) blood. I went the the emergency room and had an ultrasound done, i had what is called a threatened miscarriage, a small part of the placenta breaks away causing a bleed. Mine was only small so it caused no problems my daughter was born healthy. I would suggest taking it easy, no sex untill you have the ultrasound to know exactly what is going on, it's better to be safe than sorry.

 
Old 09-06-2003, 09:11 AM   #4
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Thank you!!
I am feeling a little better now.

 
Old 09-11-2003, 07:56 PM   #5
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Hi, I know all about spotting during pregnancy. I have 2 children and spotted with both. With my daughter I spotted for 2 months straight and then had spotting every month around the time of my period after that. Both of my children were very healthy. The doctors never did figure out why I was spotting. I also had two friends who both had spotting early in pregnancy and had a ripped placenta. Both cases repaired naturally as pregnancy progressed and were no need for concern.I really hope everything works for you.This is a very scary time.

 
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