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May 30th, 2013, 08:59 AM
Join Date: May 2013
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So I just took 3 at home test yesterday all saying I'm going to be blessed. This is my first baby and I'm really scared cause I started spotting and yesterday I had some sharp cramps in my abdomen in the morning. What worrys me is I had a biopsy done last wednesday to see if my cervical cancer was back. Could the biopsy have hurt the baby at all. Also how normal is spotting. I'm between 4-6 weeks.
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May 30th, 2013, 10:30 AM
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Congrats!!! Babies are so wonderfull. First off spotting is normal during the first 8 weeks or so and sometimes beyond that. Also any cervical irritation can cause spotting, ie sex or an internal exam. Your most likely experiencing normal early pregnancy symptoms but if your concerned at all call your ob. Pregnant woman are hormonal and nervous so your ob is used to frequent phone calls, never hesitate to call. I just had my 3rd baby 2 weeks ago and i called my ob almost every other week with a question. Have you made your first ob appointment?
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