hi moms!!! im in the 16th week of my 3rd pregnancy (first pregnancy ended in mc, second was successful). I'm having heavy bleeding and have been to the dr and er about it several times, it has been going on for over a month now... it goes from light spotting to bleeding so heavy it litterally looks like i pourd a bottle of red food coloring in the toilet. my dr says that my birth canal is closed like it should be and the ultrasound isnt showing any problems and its probly nothing... they have put me on level 2 bed rest and it impossible to do with a 17 month old very very demanding boy... i have no help from friends or family at all and my boyfriend, whom is the father of my son and the one in the tummy, does not understand the seriousness of the situation... today i started having a sharp pain in the right side of my belly and pulling sensation in the muscles in my back, dr said its because the baby is growing...
I am not sure what to do at this point and have no clue as to what could be wrong with me and my unborn child... please any ideas? im despirate for ideas to throw up to the drView Thread
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