Would you call the DR?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy After A Loss' started by Lizpuff, Dec 14, 2017.

  1. Lizpuff

    Lizpuff New Member

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    Hey all. I have very recently found out I was pregnant again after a missed mc back in July. I just got my bfp Monday so I am still extremely early.

    Today though I am cramping and having some pink spotting. Nothing horrible, I am not having to wear a pad but it is there. My period is due tomorrow so I haven't even missed my period yet. I am just so worried. Would you give the dr a call or does this sound like implantation?

    After my mc I am terrified. I have absolutely 0 pregnancy symptoms right now (prob bc it is so early) but now I have this spotting. I seem to recall some bleeding with my DD but that is going on 4 years ago now so I can't quite remember.

    One thing I should maybe mention, I was checking my cervix earlier. It isn't quite closed yet. Could I have just irritated my cervix?
     
  2. dakotarose

    dakotarose Active Member

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    Hey hun!
    I'm so sorry about your loss last July. I'm possibly going through my 4th right now so I get it. It's hard not to over analyze things after a loss. It is very possible you just irritated your cervix. Mine bleeds during pregnancy very often and very easily. I spotted with my daughter alot. If it would give some comfort, call your doctor. Maybe they can give you some more insight. Good luck my dear!!
     
  3. AngelMomB

    AngelMomB Well-Known Member

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    I would go ahead and call the doctor, just to be on the safe side. Any news since? Hope all is well.
     

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