I had a positive pregnancy test 09/01 with clear blue and again 13/01 with Tesco I would have been approximately 6 weeks pregnant weds just gone.
I have had typical symptoms feeling sick, sore boobs and very bloated! Today I had a stabbing pain in my side and have lower back ache and cramping low in my abdomen and this evening I had a bleed.
I've been to hospital for reassurance and they have done a pregnancy test which is negative and have said that I probably lost baby end of last week beginning of this week.
So the bleeding and cramping I'm experiencing now is this my normal period? I'm so confused I thought my pregnancy was going well 😔I don't know when I can even start trying again or when to expect to ovulate again.
Sorry to all who may find this distressful if going through the same thing.
No this is not your period. You are having miscarriage bleeding, it's like a period but not quite the same. More clots will come out this time.
Once it stops you should make an appointment with the doctor to make sure it all came out. Once the bleeding stops many couples start trying right away. I am sorry you are going through this.
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