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    I started spotting yesterday after my scan. I cried while my husband Googled. No where near enough blood to be a m/c and it's slowed and hopefully stopped now. Dr Google tells us lots of women spot after even an eternal scan like mine. But I hate it! I was feeling so happy when I saw that heartbeat on the scan and the Dr told me nothing but good news...and then I was back to a nervous wreck a few hours later. I don't know how I'm going to stay sane for another 7 weeks.

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    It's so hard when you have spotting, I seemed to get it with most early scans. Even with dd after my 12 week scan, meaning we ended up with another scan a week later. This time around I had some spotting before and after my 8 week scan but bub perfectly healthy. I hope you continue on with similar success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwazii View Post
    I started spotting yesterday after my scan. I cried while my husband Googled. No where near enough blood to be a m/c and it's slowed and hopefully stopped now. Dr Google tells us lots of women spot after even an eternal scan like mine. But I hate it! I was feeling so happy when I saw that heartbeat on the scan and the Dr told me nothing but good news...and then I was back to a nervous wreck a few hours later. I don't know how I'm going to stay sane for another 7 weeks.
    Hugs. It just adds another element of stress onto the pregnancy when you have spotting/bleeding. How is the spotting now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwazii View Post
    I started spotting yesterday after my scan. I cried while my husband Googled. No where near enough blood to be a m/c and it's slowed and hopefully stopped now. Dr Google tells us lots of women spot after even an eternal scan like mine. But I hate it! I was feeling so happy when I saw that heartbeat on the scan and the Dr told me nothing but good news...and then I was back to a nervous wreck a few hours later. I don't know how I'm going to stay sane for another 7 weeks.
    Seeing the hb is fantastic, I hope the spotting has stopped now xx

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    @Kwazii, I hope you've rested and that your spotting has stopped completely by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwazii View Post
    I started spotting yesterday after my scan. I cried while my husband Googled. No where near enough blood to be a m/c and it's slowed and hopefully stopped now. Dr Google tells us lots of women spot after even an eternal scan like mine. But I hate it! I was feeling so happy when I saw that heartbeat on the scan and the Dr told me nothing but good news...and then I was back to a nervous wreck a few hours later. I don't know how I'm going to stay sane for another 7 weeks.
    Kwazii, I have been having spotting/ bleeding fairly often in my current pregnancy and at every scan (I've had four) bub has been totally fine and they've found no reason for the bleeding. It's terrifying every time though, especially with a history of miscarriage. I totally get being a nervous wreck. I'm 11 weeks now and really hoping I make it safely into second trimester and that the bleeds may stop then.

    I keep reminding myself that bub was fine at scan and I get some comfort from that. Plus, I figure if it was a miscarriage it would get heavier and more painful, but it has so far always stopped of it's own accord.

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    Subbing so I can find this thread again. Waiting to miscarry my first pregnancy which was achieved through IVF after a year and a half of TTC with problem after problem.

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    Oh, @ScubaGal.

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    Oh, @ScubaGal.

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    Hugs scubagirl. I remember that feeling when they were still popping up regularly. Hope we can welcome you in here with a successful pregnancy soon.

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