Quick update - no overnight bleeding. Still remaining hopeful.
That's great news!
I've had quite a few friends who had heavy bleeding during their pregnancies and had perfectly fine babies. A few of the girls in my DIG had it, too, one in particular had to be on bed rest but I don't know her BH name. Anyway, her bub is fine! I would definitely get a scan next week. ️
Just sending you lots of luck. Def organise a scan when you can and I hope everything is fine.
I don't mean to alarm, but I had spotting at about six weeks, was just streaks this one day, no pain no cramps no red blood. I was worried but not worried enough if there had been pain, I didn't end up getting to have my scan u till 9 weeks where they found an empty sac. Assuming I had lost/absorbed the baby when I spotted (if there was one).
I'm more saying this as I wasn't prepared that something could have been so terribly wrong especially as I was still feeling pregnant all those weeks and the fact I had no fresh blood or pain.
Again wishing you so much luck and that everything is ok in there.
It's scary and very worrying to see. But try and stay as positive as you can and wait for the scan to confirm everything is going well. Chances are you will be fine and so will Bubs.
I had a lot of instances of bleeding from the start of my pregnancy with dd. Almost every day I would spot. I was petrified it was something more sinister going on but scan and test after test kept confirming she was just fine and they couldn't pin point why I was bleeding.
It wasn't till the 20week scan it was noticed I had a low lying placenta and that it was likely to be the cause of my early spotting.
She's 14 mths now and healthy as can be. So rest assured there is hope.
Fingers crossed for you.
Just saw this post now - again best of luck @Jeshika. Really hope it's all ok - reassuring to hear all these stories of 'normal' bleeding & spotting. But it's such a tough wait in the meantime! Let us know how you go hun.
For now, I'm added to the list of success stories
Everything is fine, yolk sac and teeny tiny "presumed" baby showed up on the ultrasound. The technician was so awkward about it, it was great.
The technician said "5 weeks 5 days" which gives me the exact conception date I thought it would be. No other measurements were given - can you tell I'm not experienced at this?
It does mean I managed to conceive the exact day after my partner's ex told me "I'm surprised you're not knocked up yet".
Which was one of the main 2 reasons I assumed it had to be that date.
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