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    Default Bleeding at 20 weeks

    I am 20 weeks with bub nr 2. Had spotting for a week or two, mostly brown blood, and had morph scan last week. Told placenta is low, near cervix, but nothing to worry about as cervix is long and closed. Then suddenly started bleeding tuesday at work. Told placenta is too low and probably (hopefully) will slowly move upwards. Baby is fine, and am on bedrest. Bleeding is worse in mornings and evenings and stop totally during late morning and early afternoon. Dr says I have to rest till it stops, but he cannot say when and if it will.

    Have anybody had the same issues? What did you do to make it stop and how long did it last? How far did you go with pregnancy? Dr thinks with taking it easy pregnancy can go on till full term. I have to get back to work, although boss is still understanding, but for how long? I cannot stay in bed for another 10 to 20 weeks.

    Please help as I am freaking out.

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    Sorry I can't help but wanted to send you some


 

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