Advice kindly wanted ladies please!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Maidenet, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. Maidenet

    Maidenet Well-Known Member

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    Right, so, I need your advice!! I have had 3 previous miscarriages, so I am asking incase im over freaking out.
    I was in hospital Sunday and Monday night with stomach ache, and got let out Tuesday as they couldnt find anything wrong. They did a scan, and nothing showed up apart from thickened womb lining so they said its either 1) too early to show up and I ovulated late or 2) eptopic.
    I had my HCG's done, and they had basically doubled in 2 days, so that has ALMOST ruled eptopic out. (last had them read on Tuesday)
    Wednesday night I was admitted again with belly ache, but they didnt do any HCG's.
    They sent me home Thursday saying if I get pain badly, or bleeding ring them up right away.
    Well, last night I noticed a tiny little bit of pink blood, id also had a really odd feeling in my stomach all day. I left it over night, then this morning I had nothing.
    Then later on, I noticed some more pink spotting.

    Now, I dont no weather to ring them or not, because I am booked for a scan Tuesday morning anyways.... and I have a feeling they thinking im just over reacting or something...

    What would you do??? xxxxxxx
     
  2. karentia

    karentia pregnant

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    hiya hun been there got the tshirt wit 3 previous myself , i had mega bad cramps wit this 1 still getting um on/off now so that alone aint a prob , as for the bleed personally i would be calling um prob cause im a complete worrier !! if it is just a dot it could be implantation hun u are around right time for that as bub gets snuggled in !
     
  3. Maidenet

    Maidenet Well-Known Member

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    I thought implantation bleeding was when it first latched on to your womb... hum... I dont no anything lol! xx I feel stupid ringing them though! Because, when I was in, I felt like they where getting annoyed with me?? argh! stupid worry! xx
     
  4. charlottesma

    charlottesma Mum to 2!

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    Tough one, I would say try to wait till Tuesday if you can and as long as it doesn't get any worse, they are unlikely to be able to do much before then.
     
  5. third time

    third time Well-Known Member

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    implantation bleeding is nearer the beginning, but if nothing showed up apart from a thickened womb (which is likely for a pregnancy) then this would put you correct - I had bleeding at exactly this point!!! Also cramping is EXTREMELY common in pregnancy, particularly early pregnancy, so try not to panic too much

    Good Luck

    Amy xx
     
  6. caz81

    caz81 Well-Known Member

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    you could phone nhs direct and they might be able to advise you if you need to go back to the hospital xx
     
  7. Maidenet

    Maidenet Well-Known Member

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    TMI... the last time we had sex was like the 23rd of March, so, I would of though that its a bit late for implantation bleeding. xx
     
  8. Seraphim

    Seraphim Amazing Baby Girl

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    Hey hon,

    my spotting was at 6w.

    NHS told me to goto A&E which shocked me, now I realise it's so common, but they were being sensitive and responsible.

    I've had lots of muscle stretching, but at 9w everything got very stuck in my digestive system from not eating with feeling so sick. And that was really uncomfortable.

    Sorry that's no advice for you, I'd speak to (out of hours) doc whenever there's even the slightest concern, but try to remain calm.
     

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