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cramps and tiny bleed, terrified

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happydazed Thu 27-Jun-13 22:15:53

this is forth pregnancy, 1st successful then 2 mc. I am only 5 weeks. not really any symptoms yet, had sore boobs, that's about it. last couple days been getting cramps and stitch like pains, today just a little bright red blood, and tonight brownish blood, still not much.
of course as soon as I see blood I fear the worst, the cramps are low and like period pain, I did get them when I mc but can't remember if I got them in successful pregnancy. there's nothing I can do I have a scan booked in a week anyway, they won't scan sooner no point.
its a bit late to be am implantation bleed.

anyone had this and its all been fine? clinging to any hope I suppose.

Futterby Thu 27-Jun-13 22:30:16

I had bleeding and cramps at six weeks, now 18 weeks and being kicked in the bladder smile

I know it's pointless to say, but try not to worry. Best of luck flowers

ChocolateCremeEggBag Thu 27-Jun-13 22:55:19

It sounds better that you've gone from red to brownish blood.
I had a natural mc at 8 weeks before Christmas. A few bleeds in the weeks leading up to it but once it started, the red blood and cramps just got progressively worse. I'm now 14wks and had cramps on and off for weeks 4-6 as well as occasional red spotting.

Stupid as it sounds, try to relax and rest as much as possible. Bleeding and late clear out of implantation gunk is pretty normal at this point. Good luck

Lj8893 Thu 27-Jun-13 23:25:07

I had small bleeds between 6 and 9 weeks and some cramping (but do wonder if I imagined the cramping was worse than it actually was)

I'm now 22 weeks and my baby girl is tap dancing!

happydazed Fri 28-Jun-13 08:56:59

thanks for your replies. cramps eased off and turned into stitch like pains, no more bleeding so that's got to be a good sign, on my last mc once it started it got worse so fingers crossed.

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