Hey all! I hope you are having a better morning than I do!
Well basically, on Sat, Sun and yesterday I had some brown discharge. It was soooooo little that I only saw it once or twice when I wiped and it was like the cm had only some brownish feel to it. Nothing on my knickers. . . no real spotting. . .
I know so long as its not red all is good, and I haven't had any serious cramping. . Nevertheless I think subconsciously I panicked cause I just woke up and had the worst nightmare that I've lost my baby
Anyone care to tell me what I already know so I can relax for another 10 days until I get my next scan? :-)
i had the same as you for 3 days.
i was constantly paranoid i was having a mc.. i had an early scan, that showed a sac and my cervix was closed...
dr & hosp said its normal..
soo don't worry too much...if u still worry you can always go hosp to have a check
brown blood is old blood, and there definitely hasn't been enough of it to be a problem. If things do get worse, the option is always there to go to the hospital and get checked, but I'm sure you won't need it. Good luck with your scan!
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