I had a miscarriage3 months ago. Recently found out i am pregnant again.. I started bleeding lightly yesterday n still continuing today. Is this normal?

Crystal - posted on 05/15/2012 ( 7 moms have responded )

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I had a miscarriage 3 months ago. Recently found out i am pregnant again.. I started bleeding lightly yesterday n still continuing today. Is this normal?

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Firebird - posted on 05/17/2012

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I second the suggestion to visit the ER. You shouldn't have to wait 2 weeks to see a doctor for bleeding during pregnancy, that is ridiculous IMO. The thing is Crystal, none of us can tell you "if all is ok". No cramping and no big clots are a very good sign, but only a doctor can run the tests necessary to make sure you're alright.

Brittany - posted on 05/17/2012

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If I were you and couldn't get to see my DR, I would head to the ER - although bleeding can be normal - I would want a dr to tell me this! The ER will order the blood test, and may even give you an ultrasound. Tell them about your previous miscarriage and you are concerned. If you need the progestin they will be able to provide.
I hope all turns out well for you and baby bean :) Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Crystal - posted on 05/17/2012

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So im still bleeding but no pain or discomfort and no clots.. Doctor has no openings and i cant be seen til the 30th. I just wanna know if all is ok. Any suggestions what is happening?

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To make you feel better, besides myself I know 2 other women who had successful pregnancies after having some bleeding at the beginning of the pregnancy and took progestin to help them stay pregnant.

Crystal - posted on 05/15/2012

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Thanks I'll be sure to call my doc tomorrow. My appt is the 30th but i wanna make sure things are ok. I have had 2 previous healthy pregnancies. Then that miscarriage 3 months ago! My first 2 i didnt find out i was pregnant until i was 4 months pregnant so im not sure if i bled at the first few weeks of the pregnancy! I am very concerned.

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Call your doctor and get in for an HCG, progesterone test. You made need to take hormone pills to stay pregnant. In the mean time keep your feet up, only get up when you absolutely have to, and drink lots of water.

Firebird - posted on 05/15/2012

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You're going to have to ask a doctor. Bleeding during pregnancy can be normal for some women, but it can be a bad thing for others.

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