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Spotting and inconclusive scan at 6 weeks; following 2 mc's

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alliejellybean14 Fri 06-May-16 05:01:56

Hi everyone, long-time lurker but first-time poster (eek!). Just putting a shout-out really, sitting at home with spotting following an inconclusive 6 week scan. Have had 2 miscarriages in the past and no little ones yet. So, trying to be hopeful but not feeling particularly positive! Any similar stories or situations? Ta.

pickledsausage Fri 06-May-16 07:44:56

allie no advice, but just wanted to say sorry for your losses. Everything xd for you

Sammythemummy Fri 06-May-16 20:37:52

Oh no!

I hope it doesn't turn out to be a MC!

For what's it's worth I had light bleeding with my dd2 on and off throughout the pReganncy and she's fine.

Hoping for the net outcome for you!

alliejellybean14 Fri 06-May-16 23:21:10

Thanks so much you two, much appreciated

alliejellybean14 Fri 20-May-16 12:20:52

Hi there, just wanted to update as you'd been so kind in replying to me - not good news sadly. Although we saw a heartbeat last week at 6w5d, it was not to be and no heartbeat on the scan yesterday. Surgery on Monday. Thanks ladies x

JuneBuggy Fri 20-May-16 13:46:25

Sorry to read that allie sad

redstrawberries101 Sat 21-May-16 22:45:42

Similar situation here, mmc in January and should be about 6 weeks pregnant but clear blue weeks indicator showed 3-4 weeks this morning when I took the test in the hope that it would show 5+ weeks now. Been anxious all day and then just went loo and had some brown/ red watery discharge. Will phone EPU in the morning.

redstrawberries101 Sat 21-May-16 22:46:14

Sorry for your loss allie, each time you lose that bit more hope for a happy outcome.

redstrawberries101 Sun 22-May-16 13:49:22

For anyone reading this in the future.. Unfortunately it's pretty much confirmed I'm miscarrying. Had bloods taken and the level was only 129. Having repeat bloods on Tuesday and fully expecting it to drop further.

alliejellybean14 Mon 23-May-16 05:41:44

So sorry for your loss too CheekyChickSSS. Be kind to yourself.

redstrawberries101 Mon 23-May-16 06:49:17

Hope the surgery goes well for you today.

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