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    Default Bleeding at almost 5 weeks

    I've had 2 positive pregnancy tests putting me at almost 5 weeks. I've had very mild cramping for a week now but this morning woke up to bright red blood much like a period. Is this likely to be a miscarriage?

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    I'm sorry you are going through this. I had bright red bleeding and brown numerous times when pregnant with my ds and he was fine, however I recently had a miscarriage too. It started off brown then turned red and got heavier. I went to the doctors and got bloods done and an ultrasound as I needed answers.
    I have my fingers crossed that everything will be fine for you X

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    Thanks Em9, I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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    In same boat as you ATM.

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    That happened to me at 5-6 weeks with my DD. Bright red in the morning but didn't really get heavier. I was sure it was a mc but went for an internal u/s and all fine. My ob said its not uncommon around 6 weeks. I hope everything is ok for you!

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    Go to your GP and have your books taken for HCG levels. Fingers crossed for you Hun

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    Will be going to GP first thing tomorrow. I'm still bleeding with very mild cramps. It will be good to find out one way or another.

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    How are you going OP?

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    Still bleeding but now with clots and slightly heavier. I had bloods done but can't get an ultrasound until tomorrow.

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    Sorry to hear OP, I hope you get some answers soon!


 

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