I found out on Feb 2nd that i was pergo . i was too excited . On feb 8th I started spotting.. I didnt think it was a big deal so i tried to hold out on going to the E.R because my appointment with my doctor was on Feb 13th . On feb. 10th the bleeding started to get heavier so i went to the E.R. They diagnosed me with a threatened Abortion and said if im going to have a miscarriage its just going to happen ... i went home with the instructions to do light work, no heavy lifting .. Later on that night i lost a large blood clot in the bathroom . so i went back to the E.R . They sent me home telling me to follow up with my doctor in two days .. I was losing blood clots the whole weekend . On feb 13th i had a apppointment with my doctor and she gave me a referral for a sonogram for today . After the sonogram i used to bathroom a there was another blood clot . How long does these continue? Is this normal? Should i go to see my doctor ? Am i losing too much Blood ? Im worried and confused on what to do .View Thread
didnt need a d&c and i was 5weeks .i spoke to my doctor about the results of my sonogram and was told i had nothing to worry about .she said thebleeding should stop in a couplee of ddays .i feel way better knowing that and my bleeding did slow up last night .that you so much for your input it makes me feel better to talk to someone that has been in the same situation as me .. Thank you again .View Thread
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