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Could this be the start of miscarriage

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emmywoo Tue 16-Nov-10 19:33:15

Hi all,
I had a miscarriage 9 weeks ago and was very surprised to find out i was pregant today. However, i am having pelvic pain, pain is either side of my bits and it feels like the bones hurt. Could this be the start of another miscarriage?

KTDace Tue 16-Nov-10 19:58:24

I really hope not xx

WanderingSheep Tue 16-Nov-10 20:05:14

Probably not. It's probably implantation and things growing/stretching to make way for the embryo. I had a mc before conceiving DD (conceived DD straight away afterwards) and got such cramps and pains that they woke me up from sleep. I constantly worried!

Perhaps make an appt with your GP. I was constantly ringing MWs asking about pains etc but they always said it was normal.

emmywoo Tue 16-Nov-10 20:09:04

Thanks both, just really worried. I had impantation bleed on Saturday and because it only lasted 1/2 day thought somethign wasnt right hence pregnancy test today. Can things really start stretching at 5 weeks?

banana87 Tue 16-Nov-10 20:20:54

Nope. I had this when I found out I was pregnant with DD. I did turn out to have SPD later though. Its hormones making everything loose and stretchy. Yay on being pregnant again

emmywoo Tue 16-Nov-10 20:31:59

Thank you. I had spd really bad with dd1 who is no 4, did think it could be that but odd how started today and only 5 weeks max.

jasmine51 Wed 17-Nov-10 09:44:48

I would say it is different for everyone. I had discomfort right from the beginning and was told it couldnt possibly be stretching pains so early but the fact was I could feel changes and aches and still am 10 wks later. I got pregnant less than 8 wks after my mc. Oh and one last thing, very generally mcs start with spotting or bleeding rather than pains so as long as there isnt bleeding I wouldnt worry too much about weird feelings, my DH says our little one is doing lengths in there and what I can feel is him doing tumble turns!

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