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she said the u/s showed i had slight separation of lining and thats what caused some slight spotting earlier in the week...she claims this is completely normal and not to be alarmed....anyone else have anything similar? she basically said if i am going to miscarry, that nothing can be done to stop it...but also told me to think positive because my hcg levels were 8079 at 8w2d and that its in the 'normal' range....im stressing!!! Everything I read tells me separation means the baby will not make it.
i feel for you i had 3 misscariages before i go preg. w/ my son who is now 19m and to think i kept saying he's my lil Angel and now i'm 32wks with my girl so if a miscarriage happens i know how much that hurts and really dose a # on you soul but you things can always work out it's like now for me my husband can't even look at me with out me getting pregnant so good luck and i hope every thing goes well for you but you probably shouln't worry about it cuz you don't want to get to stressed cuz that can cause a misscariage to but good luck!!!!
Did she mean a line of tissue separating the uterus? Because my doctor said the same thing... I am 6 weeks and everything is fine with the pregnancy and its development...I am also worried sick...But I am keeping positive and hoping things will be okay...
I had a little seperation where the placenta is attatched and it made me spot and later bleed heavily. Now I am 14 weeks and still have an area behind the placenta where the bleeding turned into a clot. It's called a subchorionic hematoma or subchorionic bleed. maybe that is what your doctor is talking about. When do you go back? be prepared to ask alot of questions. Let me know how it goes and Good Luck