Hi guys, not sure if I'm posting in the right spot or not. I just posted to introduce myself as well but had an immediate question.
I just found out last week I'm pregnant. I'm 7 weeks today. Super excited of course!
Thursday I had my 1st ultrasound. Saw the heartbeat and everything was normal. That night i went to bed and woke up to pee and there was a faint light pink on the toilet paper. Nothing on my undies or anything just light pink on the toilet paper. I called my doctor and the she said not to worry could be the baby moving around futher in my uterus or from the ultrasound. Well here it is Monday and I still have it. Sometimes it's so light i have to hold it to a light to see if there is any discoloration. Typically it only happens overnight and 1st thing in the morning and never during the day.
Any ideas on this and if its normal and/or ok?
I just had a miscarraige 2 months ago and got pregnant super fast afterwards. This will be my 1st baby. Thanks for your comments and trust me I'm trying not to worry!
Didn't want to read and run.
It sounds cheesy, but try not to worry hun. I had spotting/bleeding with number 1 at 10 weeks and number 3 at 16 weeks, and they are both healthy children. Lots of women on here have spotting and are perfectly fine.
I would try and rest, and if you are worried contact your GP and ask for advice.
Wishing you all the best, and congratulations by the way!!!
Thanks so much. Thats what my family keeps telling me but since I lost the 1st one I'm sick over it.
I do have another call into my OB so we'll see what she says. I get to have another ultrasound on Wednesday anyway so once I see the heartbeat again I know I'll feel so much better! And once I'm out of my 1st trimester!
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