Pink discharge at 9 weeks pregnant- what does it mean?
Really paranoid. Had a pee and wiped a small amount of pink discharge. Now having what feels like indigestion or slight cramp? Not sure though as a bit upset. Really worried that it's all over. First pregnancy so really worrying. Have called midwife unit and they have advised me to see how tonight goes and call doctor in the morning to arrange a scan. If I bleed or cramp heavily they said to go to A&E. Need to settle my mind.
Hi ya hun, spotting is quite common in pregnancy so try not to worry as hard as that may be. They do say its only soak through a pad bleeding and severe cramping that is the only cause for concern but I would go and get it checked out tomorrow anyway. But, I bet everything is just fine & its just one of those things. Have you had intercourse recently as that can bring on spotting? xxx
Hope this helps to comfort u, at 17 weeks i started getting spotting, crying my eyes out i called the mw. Went in and got checked over baby seems fine. This continued so i kept going back and i have an ectropian and cervical polyp neither harmful to me or baby but thats where the bleeding was coming from. These things are more common in preg as its to do with hormones, hope that helps and gives conforts u that things could be just fine
Hi Ginger, its my first post on here but just wanted to say that I had spotting last week too, exactly how you describe (light pink). I called the midwife and I went for a scan on Monday, we saw the baby's heart beat and saw it wriggling about. The sonographer said that its quite common and sometimes just happens, i understand your worry but try to be positive. If its not followed by cramping/extreme pain its a good sign
i had this around 9/10 weeks too. It only lasted a couple of hours and then went. Everything is fine with baby, so more often than not, these things are harmless. Follow your mw's advice and try to relax x
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