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    Default Bleeding!!

    Has anyone else experienced some brown bleeding during their pregnancy. I went to hospital on Saturday they could still find a heart beat and I was told not to worry too much unless the blood turns red or I get a period like pain. I feel that I should have been offered some sort or extra monitoring or to go back in for a check up. The bleeding has since gone away to next to nothing but I wonder now if my baby is still ok. Not sure what to do I'm only 15 weeks so I havnt felt baby move yet and hard to know if its ok.

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    I dont think they can really offer you anything more (in my experience and what I have read on here). When I went in with bleeding they did a urine test, blood pressure and heart monitor-there wasn't even a scan and just said if there's 'fresh blood' to come back in. 'Fresh blood' meaning filling up a pad in an hour. I found out later I was miscarrying but there's nothing they can do anyway. I think if you're really worried you should talk to your GP, it's the only way to really quell your anguish. Good luck OP x

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    I had a bleed at 24 weeks... they monitored me but that was about it. Im now 36 weeks weeks

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    I went in today and heard the baby's hear beat it was the most amazing sound I have ever heard after that scare

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