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    Default miscarrying?

    i have mild 'tightenings', pelvic pain (though thats not unusual for me), pelvic pressure, and ive lost a big clump of mucous.
    currently laying in bed, but im wondering if this might be the start of a miscarriage. with my angels it was painful, but im not in pain now.

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    Hi... I didn't have symptoms like that with either of mine... wish I could say something else that's more helpful. I also had some pain. I'm sure it's a good sign that you don't. I don't have much experience but wanted to say - Hugs... Try not to stress and rest.

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    No advice sorry but am sending you lots of and I hope all goes well.



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    Like the PP, I have no advice, I just wanted to say, fingers crossed all is okay

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    Hey Trish

    You're about 14ish weeks right?

    I hope it's nothing. I wouldn't think it was anything sinister in the absence of blood or cramping.

    Increased CM is pretty standard during preg...Who knows, maybe it's even possible to be part of the plug? That's regenerates, or so I'm told.

    Fingers crossed for you

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    How far along are you hun? Could it be you mucus plug?

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    I lost random clumps of mucous throughout my pregnancy. Sometimes it was steady and consistent and other times I got clumps.

    ((hugs))

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    Well I hope not

    I know with Isaac I was around 11 weeks and I had crampings, tightenings and lost a fair bit of blood but it was because of a subchrionic hematoma. Of course Isaac was fine

    I hope its nothing. It could just be stretching ligaments.

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    im 15 weeks now, so not much they can do anyways, which is why im at home.
    i think maybe i overdid it walking this morning? now im laying im ok.
    physio on weds i suspect this is just pelvic instabilty issues.

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