I was seen at 6 weeks and they check my levels and all were perfect. I was seen again at 10 weeks and the HB was great, 172. I went in again at 11 weeks for something else and she listened for HB and it was 165. Then at 12 weeks I bleed or a couple hours so I went to the ER. They did an ultrasound and baby was moving around, HB was excellent and all looked good. Baby was ok. Hey did blood work and another pelvic exam and all was ok and bleeding went from red, to brown spotting to gone which is why they are saying I am ok and all my test results proved all was ok. Of course I am just paranoid from the last time so I'm afraid! My next appointment is a little over a week away.View Thread
Thanks, I called the oB again but they don't feel like its necessary for me to go in before my next appointment. They think my ultrasound and blood work and cervix were all perfect so there's nothing to worry about. When I questioned they actually got a little mad at ma and told me they would never stear me in the wrong direction. Not very comforting when all I want is peace of mind maybe a HB check or something to let me know things are ok. It's hard not to stress when it feels the same as last time! I am not convinced!!!!View Thread
Well I made it to 12 weeks but now I had bleeding yesterday and some spottig today. Blood levels were ok and ultrasound looked good but my mind is tainted from my last experience so I'm filled with stress and anxiety. My next appointment is 2 weeks away , seems like an eternity!View Thread
I had a MC back in March. I am now 12 weeks pregnant and yesterday had some bright red bleeding for about 2 hours, didnt come out on my pad much it was more when I wiped. I went to the ER and had blood work done which came back perfect and an ultrasound and baby was ok with HB of 152. However hey said it could still lead to a Mc.
Red bleeding has stopped and I now have some brown spotting but my much along with the usual period cramps and some lower back ache. My next appointment isn't for 2 more weeks. I am freaking out and panicking.
I have two healthy children. I was pregnant again 5 months ago but at 9 weeks I had a miscarriage , they called it a missed abortion. No signs at all of a miscarriage, went if or a HB check and thinking all was ok but they couldn't hear the HB.
5 months later I am pregnant again, Inam only 6 weeks tomorrow and just started having cramping and I'm extremely nervous that it's happening again. I had cramping with my first 2 pregnancies as well as this last time here I miscarried but this last time the cramps were a little lower and I had back pain. I am feeling the same cramping and I sick to my stomach stressed that history is repeating itself. I have my first appointment Thursday which seems so far away. the office is close tomorrow but I plan on calling Tuesday hoping they can send me in for blood work to look at the numbers.
This is so stressful because I am thinking the worst View Thread
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