27 weeks and spotting...

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by beaner, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. beaner

    beaner New Member

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    I am a little over 27 weeks in my very first pregnancy and I just used the restroom and noticed some pink on the toilet paper when I wiped. It is similar to when I used to get my period, but nothing in my panties. I was told at my 23 week ultrasound that I have a low lying placenta. Should I call the birthing center or wait it out?
     
  2. mrskcbrown

    mrskcbrown Wife & mom of 3

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    I would definitely call the birthing center hun! Go get checked out because you dont know if it is serious or not. Praying for ya!
     
  3. mommy2lexi

    mommy2lexi 3rd Trimester!!!

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    The low lying placenta can def. cause the spotting, esspecially if you've been more active than normal. I had that in the beginning of this pregnancy and had two bleeding episodes, that started off as spotting. Luckily, mine moved at my 20 week u/s. You should call your dr. to be sure :)
     
  4. secretbaby

    secretbaby Well-Known Member

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    Definitely call -otherwise you will just sit and worry. Hopefully you can get checked and they can put your mind at rest - or give you a care plan.
     
  5. beaner

    beaner New Member

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    Thanks... just called. Waiting for the nurse to call me back. I HATE waiting!
     
  6. kazharry

    kazharry Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like it will be because of the placenta, my sister had this and went onto have a healthy baby girl x
     

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