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    Thankyou guys i will keep an eye on them. cramps have subsided now.

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    Thankyou guys. the cramps have subsided now.and having some lovely "morning" sickness

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    Glad the cramps have subsided. Unfortunately at the early stage there isn't much that can done if the worst is happening. The hospital told me to rest and try to sty positive.

    Unfortunately our first bubba didn't stick after cramping and heavy bleeding but this bubba is doing well and I had cramping for the first 12 weeks or so. So it can be nothing to worry about.

    Try to rest, relax and I'm sending you positive thoughts.

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    as if im not worried enough now the doctors sugery just called me and said my results have come back and the octor wants to see me today, even though last appointment he said not to come back until my dating scan

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    Default please help. worried :-(

    Try not to worry though that's ridiculous because you will. When is your appointment? Would he have back some blood test results?? If that's the case there could be a hcg level he wants to check or low iron or something.
    Hugs to you. It's very worrying.

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    I have no spotting at all today which has me a little less worried. All i can think is that im further along than he thought or that he forgot he told me not to come back when my results came in and its just a general check up. Trying not to worry myself as no point getting myself worked up when it could be nothing at all.

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    Default please help. worried :-(

    So true. Let us know how you got on. Hope you don't have to wait too long.

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    My first appointment i was in 5 minutes earlier than my appointment so hoping its the same deal today

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    Default please help. worried :-(

    My doctors followed me up because my vitamin D was low. If he did a blood test they check for 1000 things, any one of them could be the problem, most of them fixable.

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    Default please help. worried :-(

    How did you go??


 

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