Yesterday afternoon I wiped after a wee and had brown discharge - not enough to leave stains on underwear but it was there, since then it's been on and off, e.g woke up this morning all clear, carried on this morning and some more brown discharge.
I'm panicking, I've got my first scan tomorrow but I'm terrified now please can someone reassure me this is just old blood.
I've had no cramps, no period like pains nothing, just this brown blood. I'm so scared I'm gonna go for scan tomorrow and they will tell me I've lost my baby
It really sounds just like old blood to me. especially since you haven't had cramps or anything of the sort. I'd just relax and call your doctor and tell them what is going on. They might even bring you in a day early for your scan to just check everything and ease your mind. I hope your scan goes great!
did want to read and run.. like rizzo says u havent got any pain so thats good :-). iv got my 1st scan tomorrow aswell after having pain on thursday, im so nervous but im sure we will both be fine. let us know how u get on x
I would be so grateful with all your answers to my issue
I am current 6 weeks 5 days
Yesterday evening I went to the toilet and after wiping there was bright red blood to my panic me and my boyfriend went up to a&e by this point while waiting it had turned a light brown ( it only came when I wiped and wasn't on my underwear) I've not really had any bad pain with this. The hospital did an internal but couldn't really see my cervix clearly so they did a blood test and i have to go back for a scan Wednesday.
Today my boobs aren't even as sore as they have been .
I'm so scared as I was diagnosed with a blighted ovum in October
For extra info me and my partner had intercourse Friday morning he was very gentle but I wasn't comfortable so was abit tense. PLEASE CAN SOMEONE REASSURE ME
I am jumping over from baby club. Brown blood is old blood and unless it changes in colour and amount all should be fine! I had so many bleeds in my pregnancy and all worked out fine in the end! Hang in there, try to relax as much as possible and be good to you.
Charlie...it may be due to sex, you may have a low placenta? I had that...had several bleeds and all was ok...I hope all works out for you. Keep getting medical care when you need it.
I had similar spotting (darkish, brownish, only little tiny smears) for a few days around 7 weeks. It was after my boyfriend and I had sex, but we had had sex before and no discharge. I called my nurse practitioner, and left a message to call back if she thought it was worth worrying about, but she never did, so I didn't worry. It wasn't accompanied by severe cramps.
i had the same thing too at 9wk or so and i asked my midwife about it when i had my booking in appointment which i had at 10wks and she said to me that it was old blood and not to worry . She also mentioned that sometimes can cause the cervix to become irritated and cause slight bleeding . I was still able to hear baby's heartbeat after that and all was ok . I would not worry myself that much .
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