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Ugh feels like this always happens. I get my BFP and a few days letter I start bleeding and end up having a miscarriage!
This time I found out so much sooner and am actually having symptoms. I just used the bathroom and saw a little bit of bright red blood. not much but it still worries me!!! I dont know how many times I can go through this! Called my dr just waiting for a call back.
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I spotted with my other 3 pregnancies. The first was actual bleeding like a period for a day. This one I haven't yet, but I don't expect to for another week or two, since when I do spot I'm usually around 7-8 weeks.
Well my dr as she is not a ob has decided to not send me for any blood work and no matter how much convincing and begging i tried would not give in. Where this is what happened will all of my past miscarriages she said it would be best to just wait until bleeding stops and then come in as there is nothing that can be done.
I agree I have hubby calling around for me as i am at work and would like to be seen today. I am very disgusted that she was unwilling to help. Granted she is a family dr not an ob but she could show some compassion and send me for blood work or referred to me an ob or something!!!!
I'm so sorry you are in this situation While your doctor may be correct that perhaps nothing could be done to stop it from happening, there are most definitely possible complications if you are miscarrying. It would be best if you were evaluated. Were you seen with your prior losses? If you have had multiple losses, the information available from what is happening now may help provide some answers for you. There is always the ER especially if you are having significant pain or increased bleeding. Positive T+P to you, keep us posted.