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I should say that in both my pregnancies with my son and daughter, I spotted and bled for 6+ weeks. And when I say bled, I mean full out super AF bled and severe cramping. And nothing was wrong. They're here and doing great.
That being said, I'm still a bit positive just because of my experience with it all. I did have some cramping yesterday, but nothing today. Is anyone else in the same boat/been in the same boat?
I know that some cramping is normal since the uterus is stretching. Spotting can be normal too. I don't really feel pregnant, it's nothing like my pregnancies with my kids. But then again, my first was a Clomid baby and I didn't even get a PPAF before finding out I was pregnant with my second. Just a little worried this time. Partially because of my last loss.
I am praying for you and your little bean. I had a lot of heavy bleeding and cramping episodes with my 2nd pregnancy, and it was found I had a subchorionic hemorrhage. The baby was looking good and growing right on schedule until my 8th week when I hemorrhaged and unfortunately he did not make it. I was the exception though, most women with SCH can have awful bleeding and the baby is just fine, only 3-7% lose the baby like I did.
I hope everything turns out just fine for you, the fact that this has happened before and your first two ended up just fine is reassuring for this pregnancy too.