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January 6th, 2010, 04:59 PM
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My bc patch has failed and I am almost 8 weeks now. Last week I noticed quite a bit of bright red blood when I went to the bathroom; ever since it has been brownish (old blood). But this is the part that really confuses me; I had an ultrasound the day after the bright red bleeding and a heartbeat was found which is great! However when they told me the due date it was a week less then I know what the conception date was. After a week now of bleeding I finally get a phone call back from my Dr. telling me that a follicle had ruptured on my Ovary and everything is okay. Ruptured follicles only happen during ovulation, BUT I AM PREGNANT!?!? Has anyone else ever had this happen to them? I tried to google it and found no results. Does my Dr. really know what he is talking about or does he have no idea?
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