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    Oh hun. I have just caught up. Your blood results will probably give you an idea if this bub will make it.
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    I had a bleed at around 6 weeks during one of my pregnancies. I had bright red blood lasting for around 24 hours from memory and then brown blood. I felt that the initial bleeding was heavy and that I was definitely miscarrying, but bub stayed put and the rest of the pregnancy was fine.

    I had a scan a few days after the bleed and it showed a subchorionic haematoma, but the baby was ok.

    I'm not sure if this is reassuring (hopefully it is) ...Bleeding in early pregnancy happens to around 1 in 4 women. The stats say that one third to one half do go on to miscarry, but that also means that in a large number of cases, the pregnancy continues successfully.

    Fingers crossed. It is a very stressful experience - I was so, so upset, but just tried to rest as best I could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky1 View Post
    I had a bleed at around 6 weeks during one of my pregnancies. I had bright red blood lasting for around 24 hours from memory and then brown blood. I felt that the initial bleeding was heavy and that I was definitely miscarrying, but bub stayed put and the rest of the pregnancy was fine.

    I had a scan a few days after the bleed and it showed a subchorionic haematoma, but the baby was ok.

    I'm not sure if this is reassuring (hopefully it is) ...Bleeding in early pregnancy happens to around 1 in 4 women. The stats say that one third to one half do go on to miscarry, but that also means that in a large number of cases, the pregnancy continues successfully.

    Fingers crossed. It is a very stressful experience - I was so, so upset, but just tried to rest as best I could.
    Thank you. Did you experience cramping at all? I am not feeling optimistic now that I am having some mild cramping along with small amounts of red blood. I fear the worst.

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    cramping doesn't necessarily mean a mc
    it can just be regular pregnancy aches and pains
    never had cramping during my mc
    only with my last suscessful preg

    thinking and praying for you hun

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    I've just passed two pieces of tissue that look like bits of liver. Could this be a polyp or have anything to do with my endo or is it looking like a miscarriage for me?

    Should I go to the ER? I am so confused. Cramping has died off but whatever I just passed isn't normal.

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    Ok. I'm not sure about endo
    But I had liver clots with my mc
    It's up to you hun if you want to go to ed
    I didn't
    But a lot of women do if they are feeling really dizzy and bleeding is filling a large pad in an hour
    Is there someone there with you? (Adult)?
    You need someone to drive you if you choose to go to hospital

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Ok. I'm not sure about endo
    But I had liver clots with my mc
    It's up to you hun if you want to go to ed
    I didn't
    But a lot of women do if they are feeling really dizzy and bleeding is filling a large pad in an hour
    Is there someone there with you? (Adult)?
    You need someone to drive you if you choose to go to hospital
    I think I might just wait it out at home. I live rural and our hospital is a joke so I'll no doubt wait for hours to be told what I already know. I'm hardly bleeding, only when I wipe apart from those 2 pieces of clots that came out. (I have had pieces like that come out of me before on the past even when not pregnant so I'm very confused) I might go back to the Dr tomorrow and discuss blood results and maybe see if I can get an early ultrasound to ensure everything is clearing out if it is indeed a MC. Thank you for the support, it means a lot.



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    If you have a temp or feel really dizzy, please have some Panadol and have someone with you

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    I had them like that with my mc but i also had bits like that with dd2. They were even as big as my thumb.

    It's up to you if you go to the er. I did with dd1 and dd2 but not with mc as I just knew the result. If you go, just be prepared for some pretty awful sounding medical words.

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    Yeah I'm not going to go at this stage. I feel quite nauseous at the moment, either from anxiety or MS still. I'm so confused because I've had pieces like this before during my periods caused from my endo/polyps. I just dont know. I need an ultrasound to see whats going on. I'm going to be more demanding tomorrow at the GP. I hope this isn't the end. Bleeding and cramps have subsided.

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