ARGH!!! Whats going on?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by ellydu, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. ellydu

    ellydu Well-Known Member

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    Before my 13 weeks scan i had a bleed, whilst at my scan the nurse told me i would have some more bleeding to come but if it got worse and/or heavier to contact them straight away. I am now 15 weeks pregnant and for about a week and a half i've had brown discharge. No even to cover a pad but always there when i wipe. I have been on to the midwife abt three times and she says as long as its brown and i've no pain (which i dont) its fine. but there must be something wrong if its not going away... my husband and i havent had sex since the day before my bleed two weeks ago...just too scared really?!

    Help! xxx
     
  2. Pippin

    Pippin Sam and Adélie-Rose's Mum

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    Brown blood is old blood so it could just be the rest of the bleed making it's way out. She is right hon although I know it's frustrating. As long as you don't cramp and it's not clots or bright red you should be fine and it should stop soon :hugs: hang in there.
     
  3. staceymy

    staceymy Mummy To Two Princesses

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    Have you rung the day unit instead of your midwife? Or even see your doctor? They may send you for a scan. Or day unit may have you in to check you & baby over.
    Sorry im not much help as ive never experienced bleeding.
    xxx
     
  4. ellydu

    ellydu Well-Known Member

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    they prob wont do anything coz its brown blood. i have a doppler at home so check the babies heartbeat on a regular basis just incase. its just really annoying more than anything else!! :( xx
     

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