After 6 years of TTC with lots of dissapointments, my husband and I found that we are expecting our first child (now 7 weeks). I've been having light bloody steaks of blood especialy when I wipe after peeing. Yesterday, I strained too much while having a bowel movement (lol) even though I've been drinking lots of water. Tonight after peeing, I noticed a little bright red bloody discharge when wiping and no cramping. it was not much but it deffinately had a change in color from the ones I've been noticing. I'm so worked up thinking about it and I get so worried. Is it something of a concern that I need to see my doctor for or what what should I do???????? Help.View Thread
The best thing your fiancee can do is to go have a sperm analysis, you also need to be check i.e. you uterus, falopian tubes and so on. that way both of you will have a clear picture of what is going on. Infertility is very hard to go through. My husband and myself have gone through it. We had been trying to get pregnan for the last 6 years and nothing worked including the IUIs, infertility drugs, herbal drugs, and we were just heartbroken. But you see we knew what was going on becuase we both got tested so that we could know how to tackle the whole situation. Earlier this years, after 6 years of unsuccessful trials, we decided not to focus on the issue because we had had so many disappointments. But through God's grace, earlier this month we found that we are expecting (now 7 weeks). So I encourage both of you to go get checked. It does not hurt but it gives power to know what actions to get. Do not give up, it will happen but you must believe it.View Thread
You probably just passed your regular period due date which sometimes usually happens depending on different circumstances. As for cramping and back pain, you may wanna check with your OBGYN and be checked up for fibroids. I had that experience around two years ago and was checked, turned out that I had fibroids. So talk to your doctor and get a clear picture of what might be going on.View Thread
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