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I had spotting (of varying colors) up until about 9 weeks. You had an ultrasound, you know the baby is safely nestled into your uterus, try not to stress too much about it (I know, easier said than done).
Call your doctor's office in the morning if it's persisting, but I suspect it will subside.
My spotting/discharge is usually worse after an u/s. I've had pinkish, and have had spotting that wasn't on my pantyliner, just when I wipe. This is my first, but that seems to be normal. I know you're scared, but call your doctor's office today and see what they recommend.
Remember the little heartbeat you saw yesterday, too!!
I also had exactly what you described after a vomiting incident a few weeks ago, just saw the baby last week and he/she is doing fine! Try not to worry, I know it's impossible with all you've had going on recently! HUGS!
Hugs. Its normal after a transvag U/S. Try not to stress. Just kick back relax and it will turn brown and go away. I bled constantly with both of my first two kiddos. This time I bled a lot at the begining, but *knock on wood* nothing since then, but I'm always worried I'm going to see something when I wipe. Just *try* to relax.
Married to the love of my life Charles.
Mommy to Makenna (6) and Jackson (4). Waiting for #3 to complete my family.
Ok so im going to get to the point! Ill send prayers and lots of baby dust your way! But you really need to STOP worrying, i know you have been through alot but you really cant enjoy this baby if you let everything stress you out. Number 1, those foolish ultrasound techs should have warned you about possible spotting and Number 2, just start enjoying your bean, you seen that amazing heart beat and everything is looking great. Relax, stress is so not good for your little bean! Fingers crossed and many prayers for that precious bean !