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    Default Blood loss 27 weeks - maybe TMI

    Ok so firstly, Im not panicking or freaking out, just interested.

    I woke up this morning and its sort of like I have my period. I never did during my first preg and I spotted at 10 weeks with this one so far.

    I did a little googling out of interest and it says any bleeding in the 3rd trimester warrants a midwife call... My hospital probably has crazy woman stamped on my file already (I swear I only went to hospital once with DS and came home with a baby) this time round has been so different.

    So Id obviously know if Id had an rupture or something serious, bubs moving ect. This is normal stuff right. I Live half an hour north of my hospital and and works an hour in the opposite direction and I really dont want to go if it nothing.

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    If it was me, I would go. Best to get things checked out. Hope all is ok.

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    Is go get it checked out too

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    I wouldn't hesitate to go and get it checked out.

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    Get it checked out. Bleeding is never classed as 'normal' in pregnancy.

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    Go get it checked out, midwives/doctors always say better to be safe than sorry so they won't think you're crazy!

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    I would go too. Ive never bled in a pregnancy. I wouldnt class this as normal. Not to sound alarmist but My friend was bleeding at 31 weeks like you describe I took her to the hospital and she had a placental abruption. Baby was fine at first moving ect it quickly went downhill. Her baby was delivered at 31 weeks apart from needing to be in scn due to size otherwise heathly. Her instructions from the hospital when we called were basically do not pass go do not collect $200 and come straight in.

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    Any bleeding should be checked asap.

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    I would get checked out, it is probably nothing but if something has ruptured then you may need to be admitted to have bubs monitored.

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    I would go to the hospital. I had a bleed at 32 or 33 weeks with DD3, and they did an ultrasound, monitored baby and kept me in until the bleeding had pretty much stopped. I was told to come straight back if the bleeding became bright red again or if I felt any cramping.


 

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