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Been spotting....it's like a pink brownish CM and it comes every couple hours. I'm not gonna read too much into because I'm not cramping and not bleeding but all these losses so far in here concern me.
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Last edited by TeresaMomTo2Boys; October 29th, 2012 at 09:18 PM.
I hope it's something other than the beginning of the nasty M word.....I feel tired yet hungry and I feel pregnant but this spotting needs to stop. With Aidan it was on and off for 9 weeks straight so I shouldn't really concern myself but like I said...these losses in this DDC jaw me worried now
Well no bleeding just spotting and funny thing is it's cm (like when ovulating)but pinkish brown not red so that is a plus in a way. Also I'm having ligament pain or stretching but at times my mind starts to wonder at all things that could go wrong. Im going to er after work just to check. I'd rather be safe than sorry. I tried calling my dr's nurses and first I got disconnected and the next they wanted me to leave a voicemail. Ugh. Hoping I can wait another hour and half
They probably do that so that you can't make your own assumptions from the picture on the screen. It's just an ER visit so really all he can say is either everything is fine, or not fine. He probably just turned it so that if there had been something wrong, that it wouldn't be traumatizing to you and he wasn't going to spend a lot of time on the sono so once he saw that everything was ok, he sent you on your way. ER docs are normally great, but they almost never have time to be very personable.