Thanks pompey and you were right. Everything was fine. Went in for ultrasound and baby is doing great.
But found it I have a bicornuate uterus and that the bleeding was coming from the other uterus (the empty one). So now I am a really high risk pregnancy.
Apparently I have a higher risk of having a miscarriage or delivering early. So going to get lots of scans.
Have another one next week.
But still I am just relieved right now to see that everything is fine. And because I had my son full term they said there is a really good chance that this baby will be full term without complications. So hopefully she is right. Depends though which uterus my son was in.
Explains the more stronger cramps I'm feeling on my right side. Baby is in the right side. ^^
I'm so glad all is ok! That's amazing that you could have another uterus and it not have been picked up when you had your son. It's good that they're keeping a closer eye on you just in case im sure all will be fine! I thought I was losing Alice before my pregnancy had even really begun, but here we are now - she's almost 3 months old already.
i have a good feeling especially with feeling nauseous and tired and Boobs are still sore and swollen... So all symptoms are still there. They did warn me that the spotting could still keep going for another few days so can't wait for my next scan next tuesday to make sure everything is still ok. Wish i could check everyday
I've prob got another 10lbs to lose to get to my pre pregnancy weight but my stomach definitely feels flubbier lol and I think the last bit of weight I have to lose is in my hips, butt and lower stomach.
I really have no excuse for not at least walking on the treadmill or something since I have plenty of time where DH is home and DD is at daycare so he could easily hold Jack while I walk. But I end up parking myself on the couch holding Jack and watching TV!
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