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    Default Can thrush cause spotting? TMI pic

    Hey I am 7+1 weeks pregnant and I noticed late today I was feeling a bit itchy and figured I must have thrush.
    Well tonight I had some light pink stuff with clumps. I'm feeling heavy in my uterus but not cramping.

    I have never experienced mc so unsure if this could be that or if thrush can cause bleeding?

    Update: I had a MC
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    I dont think it can. Please see your gp or go to ed. Itching could be a number of things, really needs to be checked out. But to be safe (and to cure worry) id ask for a scan cos of bleeding and the little clumps. Have you had a dating scan yet?

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    I can't go anywhere DD is in bed.
    I haven't had a dating scan yet it's next Monday. I had a swab done at 4 weeks and all was clear this has just come about today which I thought was strange.

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    Oh. I meant go when you can. Fx its nothing more than just implant bleed. (Dont freak too much, its hugely normal to have a bit of bleeding in pregnancy. Ive had 3 pregnancies and have had bleeding in all 3)

    Try and see your go tomorrow if you can. Let us know how you go. Hope all is well.

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    In the meantime tho. Put a pad or liner on and watch how much there is. Generally thats the first thing they ask. Xx

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    It's worse today. A darker blood and more of it.
    I have a bad feeling.
    I won't be able to get into my dr or scan place so I will have to wait and see I suppose

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    I had 5 days of bleeding in week 10
    and week 11, I was freaking out but turned out to be nothing DD is now 4months old.
    Don't stress out yet it wouldn't do you or bub any good. Just get to the GP when you can.

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    Ok so I got in for an u/s surprisingly and baby had a heart beat of 115bpm and was measuring 6+5 which is a few days smaller than it should be due to ovulation.

    The sac is too small. It was so hard to find the baby due to the sac. I researched it and there is a 95% chance of miscarriage add that with my bleeding I'm pretty sure I'm losing the baby

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    I always get spotting when I have thrush. I asked a dr about it and he said it's not very common but some people are just more sensitive and the irritation from the thrush causes bleeding. Fingers crossed that that's all this is for you


 

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