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    Question Terrible Morning Sickness Q

    Hello all, thanks for reading.

    I am 6weeks 5 days pregnant and experiencing some full on toilet hugging time.
    My Question is, should I be worried if I have a tiny bit of blood on occasions in my 'chunder.'

    As example, this morning, I ended up being so sick it got to only having my stomach lining left. That stuff just makes you want to throw up even more, it's so disgusting. I noticed a tiny blob of blood in the loo afterward.

    This is the first time it's happened, so I wont say it's a constant at this point.

    Is this something I should worry about?
    I've also got myself onto Hydra-lite to help.

    Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.

    P.S Where is the violently ill emoticon LOL

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    I was sick a lot with my last pregnancy and I would often notice blood in my vomit (lovely morning discussion!)

    I discussed it with my ob, and she said it was ok so long as it was only small, and not every time you were sick.

    To be on the safe side, talk about it with your dr/ob next visit

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    Thanks for your reply.

    I was wondering if it was safe to wait for my next visit which isn't far off anyhow, or if I should react faster.

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    I would talk to your GP/Ob about the blood

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    The general rule is that if it's fresh (bright red) then it's probably nothing too concerning. I'd still mention it at your next appointment, but but fresh blood means it's probably because your esophagus is raw or something like that. If it's old blood (brown, blackish etc.) then I'd speak to someone about it right away - that generally means something more internal and serious is going on.

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    Default Terrible Morning Sickness Q

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    I was sick a lot with my last pregnancy and I would often notice blood in my vomit (lovely morning discussion!)

    I discussed it with my ob, and she said it was ok so long as it was only small, and not every time you were sick.

    To be on the safe side, talk about it with your dr/ob next visit
    Oh I was the same with the same outcome.

    I was sick all day for my entire pregnancy it was horrible. When I noticed blood I discussed with my doctor and got the same answer.

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    Default Terrible Morning Sickness Q

    I would talk to a dr but from my experience this is normal, the one thing my dr said was to always make sure I continue to eat/drink even if I know it's coming back up to ensure there is actually something to throw up.

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    Thankyou very much ladies, its nice to know its pretty much normal & not worth a panic attack but be sure to mention to my doctor at the next appointment also.

    I am yet to eat. Ive spent all morning in bed. I better get up and even at least try toast

    Thank you all once again

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    Keep your fluids up they are most important

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    Thats what I assumed so I bought some hydra-lite this morning. Is there anything else water based I could try to ensure nutrition? ??


 

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