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January 23rd, 2006, 11:06 PM
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First off...i'll include you in my prayers tonight...sounds like you're definitely needing them. Personally if i was you i'd get my butt to the ER NOW! This doesn't seem like something you want to wait on. If the doc thinks you're nagging him just keep in mind that he wouldn't be driving his benz if he didn't get nagged. They signed up for this occupation...and they knew what it entailed when they did! Only thing i can say if it's any solace is that i started bleeding when i was 12.5 weeks along...seriously thought that between that and all the cramping i had for the 4 weeks prior to that..that surely it had to be a miscarriage...and well i'm 36 weeks along. They could never figure out why i was bleeding...but it was a one time thing that didn't keep up. I'll keep hope alive for you that everything will be okay...and i'll definitely pray for you.
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January 24th, 2006, 02:02 PM
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You should go to the ER and scr*w that dr of yours! I would get another one.....one that will show more empathy to your situation.

I had some spotting with this pregnancy and the thing they prescribed for me was bedrest. I had the spotting due to antioxidents in the green tea I drank. I still get major headaches but I just keep an eye on them and call my dr when they don't go away after time and Tylenol.

I had a bunch of cramping with my two m/c's. One of them, when I was about 16wks along, was like an actual labor and delivery...I went through labor pains and everything. The other one I just cramped and bled but I didnt even know I was preggo until I went to the dr to find out why I was bleeding so bad. The cramps in my upper legs stemmed from the cramps in my abdomen (it traveled down my stomach to my legs).

Listen to your body...and if the dr thinks that you're "freaking out", well that's too d*mn bad for him! You're the one who has to deal with it, and live with it, and worry about it, and feel it. Who cares what they think....that's what you (or your insurance) is paying for!
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January 24th, 2006, 04:45 PM
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cramping like period cramps are normal i had them through out my pregnancy and still have them, and the sore legs too up at the top. i ahd a m/c june 18 2005 i got pregnant again sept 2005, im 20weeks now with my legs hurting and the cramping i found out i have a low lying placenta so you might want to get it checked out.
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