Strangely enough after I posted last night that I hadn't had the spotting for a week or so, I had another bout of light spotting last night. It was even lighter than what happened last week, but I also noticed some pink-tinged mucus in the toilet after I went to the bathroom. I had a cramp in my side after standing up from the toilet but it was the same kind of cramp that I tend to get now when I've been sitting for a while (like a stretch in the right side of my uterus). And I didn't have any other cramping last night at all (well apart from some gas).
I have work until 4:30 today, and I don't think I'll get a chance to call the doctor as they will have to call me in between patients and I can't keep my phone on me when I'm on the floor. I'm actually not overly worried about it... which in itself kind of worries me. If that makes any sense? I mean it was just like what happened last week and they found a healthy growing baby in last week's u/s.
So am I being irresponsible by not calling today? Or should I?
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