Ladies, Im terrified. I miscarried in January and finally fell pregnant again. I just went to the bathroom and when I wiped there was some light pink spotting. I have no pains but im so scared im going to miscarry again, please tell me this is normal?
I hd this in my last pregnancy and also this one. Last time I started with pink spotting which progressed to a big bright red bleed at 5, 8 and 13 weeks. Each time a scan showed my little one as fine as could be. It's been the same again this time, bright red bleeding especially after a bm and most days I have pink or brown discharge. The lovely lady who scanned me last week said that in early pregnancy spotting and bleeding is very common as the increased amounts of progesterone in your body can cause your cervix to bleed and is nothing to worry about. Easier said then done though isn't it! Have you asked for a early scan? It would help put your mind at ease. Hope everything goes all ok for you xxx
I have an "early" scan scheduled on April 19th. I'll be 7 weeks 6 days. My doctor said she doesn't like to do them before hand because there isnt anything to see. The spotting has stopped, it was only there once and it was a pale pink. Every time I move I rush o the bathroom to check though lol. Thanks ladies for the reassurance.
Just wondering if anyone could help? I'll be 2 weeks late in my period on Tuesday. Now, I'm due on at the end of every month, I was 2 days late and I had light pink blood when I wiped after going for a wee & had no cramps. I'm normally very heavy from the start & in agonising pain with cramps. I'm not classing it as a period because I've never had a period like that before. I'm still tired, feel nausea sometimes through the day but never actually been sick. Could I be pregnant??
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