I had a bad back on Friday but I put that down to maybe pulling a muscle in my back and everything moving apart in my pelvis..it eased off yesterday...so feeling in the mood we had sex..in a slightly different position..it hurt a little at the end and notice very slight spotting...then this morning after a went the loo I notice fresh blood when I wiped..it then stopped...rang dr who advised to just see what happens as could just be a one off as I wasn't in any pain...
I have a Doppler at home so I listened to the heart beat..eventually found it! My back is still hurting abit but more at the top of my pelvis..not 100% sure how I'm feeling but I've had a bath and feel quite relaxed and I suppose just riding it out and seeing what happens! I've been assured its quite common but still worries me!! X
My sister in law had a bleed at 8 weeks due to sex. I wouldn't worry sure everything's fine. With regards tp your back I was in the worse pain yesterday with my lower back on the right hand side going round my hip was horrible x
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