I went to the toilet about 30 mins ago and noticed about 7/8 spots of a browny coloured blood on my jama bottoms ... I haven't had any bleeding or spotting until now and I'm 15 weeks. Just wanted your opinions on whether you think this is normal or is it something I should be worried about? I haven't had any cramping or a fever or anything like that, it's just the blood. I looked online and apparently bleeding in twin pregnancies is more common and nothing to worry about if it's a browny colour, but I'm still worried xx
Bleeding is more common in twin pregnancies and your right, brown blood is often nothing to worry about. But, any kind of bleeding should be checked. I think you should go to A&E, get checked, be told everything is fine, then go home and not have to worry anymore. Good luck hun. xx
I had bleeding at 16wks i called my triage ward and they checked me out & baby out and all was fine but i agree with the ladies its best to get yourself checked out because each pregnancy is different and bleed is a different reason serious or not!! Hope all it well keep us updated hunni x
bleeding is very common in twin pregnancies, but its still best to get it checked out. With twins they tend to re-scan you. Are you in the UK?
I had bleeding a lot from 15 weeks on, very very heavy bleeding, with gushes of blood (TMI) my babies were always fine and no cause was found, but i had to be scanned everytime, had my cervix checked and me more closely monitored.
Get checked out hun, im nearly 24 weeks now and my babies are perfectly fine, but its better safe than sorry x
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