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Possible miscarriage

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Leanneosaurus Sat 19-Sep-15 14:17:21

I became 6 weeks pregnant with my first baby on Thursday but yesterday, whilst I was sleeping, my cat jumped off the wardrobe onto my stomach. A few hours later I started bleeding, it was fairly heavy but not any worse than a usual period. It was dark red blood to start with and later on in the night I had moderate/heavy cramping in the night for a few hours. Today the bleeding is bright red but considerably lighter and no cramping and there's been no clots that I've noticed.

I'm booked in for a scan on Monday morning and been advised to bed rest but I'm in pieces, I need to know! Everyone is telling me to keep positive as it could be anything that caused the bleed. I'm also asked if I still feel pregnant but I don't know if I do or I don't. I thought about doing a pregnancy test but I'm scared it'll show positive but the scan shows otherwise.

I'm so scared I've lost my baby that I even prayed to God to save my baby, last night. And even fell asleep cuddling the teddy I bought for little bean. My heart is truly broken.

Has anyone else been through this, and what was the outcome? Any advice would be great.

CathLill Sat 19-Sep-15 23:01:30

Just wanted to reply, really sorry to hear how worried you are.
I've had a couple of losses, but they were in certain terms.
You have to be brave. Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.
These are only words, I know, but try to relax and go easy on yourself.
I'll be thinking of you on Mondayflowers

Junosmum Sat 19-Sep-15 23:08:23

I'm sorry that you are going through this, it's a worrying time. IF you are miscarrying (and it's a big if) I think it's unrelated to the cat- I have three and they jump all over my belly, total disregard for my discomfort.

I hope the scan brings good news.

Junosmum Sat 19-Sep-15 23:09:22

And don't bother with a test, they can show positive up to 6 weeks after a loss.

CathLill Tue 22-Sep-15 07:12:18

How did you go? Hope you're okay.

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