I had a small amount of brown something in my knickers yesterday. I am a constant knicker checker since i had a missed miscarriage last time found at 12 weeks (due to small amount of bleeding). I am trying not to panic, and think maybe its just inevitable or hoping that i am not panicking cause everything will be ok. I havent been to the doctors as i dont think i could hear "it'll be fine" or if she worries and sends me to the EPU, because then that would really make me panic. Sorry to keep rambling on!
Maybe the doc can do a progesterone check just in case you need suppositories? I really wouldn't panic either especially considering it's brown spotting. But if you had a m/c last time it wouldn't hurt to talk to the doc and demand a progesterone test. Good luck hun
If you are worried about it you should contact your doc or mw. Then they might get you booked in at the EPU, then either way you will know. I know i was so relieved to go to my early scan on monday, even though i was scared. I say it's better to know sooner rather than later. I had a baby with edwards syndrome. Found out at 12 weeks and decided to end the pregnancy and i'm so worried this pregnancy will go wrong too. I know how scared you are. X
I understand you must be very worried after your previous MMC but I think it would be worth contacting you doctor and getting some reassurance, they may be able to send you for an early scan, Im so sorry for your loss and pray all goes ell, for you, take care XX
It's hard not to panic I know so i'm not going to tell you not to worry cos you will anyway just as I do all the time after my missed mc.
However I will tell you that spotting can be normal during pregnancy as there is alot going on down there. I spotted right through to 8 weeks and worried everyday, went to EPU saw a heartbeat at 7wks, it did reassure me, and the doctor told me not to worry.
Do what you feel is right for you, sometimes it's good to get reassurance from a doctor or mw, they are there for you. If they send you to EPU it's not always a negative thing, you may just get to see your baby.
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