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Bleeding through pregnancy *NEW MUM*

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rachellowe Tue 06-Sep-16 18:39:52

Hi everyone,

I have recently found out that I am pregnant (6 weeks) but today had the most slightest bit of bleeding! Literally tiny .. But it has worried me a bit and wanted some advice!

I have been taking the pregnacare tablets each day which I know loads of people have used and it has been brilliant.

Thanks! smile

Allyx123 Tue 06-Sep-16 18:47:38

Hello, try not to stress! I had bleeding and went to the hospital and they told me not to worry it's quite normal. Bit gross but was it browny/pinky or bright red? As long as it isn't bright red (fresh blood) it's normally nothing to worry about. I still have little bits of brown blood now (7 weeks) and when I went for an early scan they said everything is fine so to not worry xxxx

rachellowe Tue 06-Sep-16 19:05:58

It's pinky.. Not bright red! How did you get a early scan? At what point? That would be something I would be interested in! Xxx

NotAClueReally3 Tue 06-Sep-16 20:51:20

I had this and had an early scan at the maternity assessment unit at the early pregnancy clinic. There should be a hospital in your area that does this...Have a Google. Everything was fine and DD3 is now 8 months. Hope all is same for you.

Allyx123 Tue 06-Sep-16 23:37:20

I had pinky coloured bleeding and because it's my first pregnancy I panicked, I went down to a and e and just told them how worried I was and they referred me to the early pregnancy unit. They are amazing and do an internal scan so it's hard to see much but I got to see the baby's tiny little heartbeat and it put my mind at rest. Either go to a and e and or try phoning Your local hospitals early pregnancy unit and asking for a scan but explain your worries to them xxxx

Allyx123 Tue 06-Sep-16 23:40:02

(I was only 6 weeks by the way) xxxx

loz12345 Wed 07-Sep-16 02:40:12

I am 7 weeks today and have had the same thing in and off for a couple of days I had a mmc last yr so am terrified calling gp first thing tomorrow, I would do the same if I were u so you can hopefully put your mind at rest and even if it is worse case scenario it's better u know than driving yourself mad worrying about iti hope it works out ok pls let me know how u get on xxx

MoonriseKingdom Wed 07-Sep-16 03:21:57

Just to mention that you an have bright red bleeding and still things be ok (although obviously more worrying). I mention this because I had pink/ brown blood on and off through my first trimester but also episodes of sudden big gushes of red blood at 6 and 13 weeks. I really thought I had miscarried but am still pregnant, now 37 weeks.

Early pregnancy units (EPUs) are variable in how you get seen. I understand in some places you can self refer. Mine needs a doctor/ midwife referral and I was referred by my GP. I found details of my local EPU on the Internet.

loz12345 Wed 07-Sep-16 04:11:59

Moonrise thanks for that hope u r now fast asleep, I think ours is GP referral so am going to sort in the morning think I have a temp too so might b an infection???? It sounds daft but I am thinking worse case so anything better is a bonus it wasn't planned and had just got my head round it, sorry to thread hijack op I am going to start my own xxxxxx

Raaj2016 Wed 07-Sep-16 05:02:56

Hi everyone
My LMP waa 16th July. Got Pregnancy test +ve on 17th August. Had on and off bleeding in 4-5 weeks. Gyn prescribed Progesterone 200mg. Since 2 days, I'm bleeding with clots, mild pain and no pregnancy symptoms. Is this me going through miscarriage? I'm sacred. Been trying for 2 years, have pcos, d&c done 2months before.. my Doc asks me to wait for a week.

Barefootcontessa84 Wed 07-Sep-16 10:26:42

I'm currently having bright red bleeds approximately every week, due to a subchorionic haematoma. As of scan yesterday, baby still fine at just over 11 weeks. Still not out of the woods, but these things can happen and be totally fine.

FlurkenSchnit Wed 07-Sep-16 14:43:04

I had instances of bleeding in all 4 of my pregnancies, ranging from bright red to brown blood and from only when I wiped to little gushes. The worst was in my 2nd pregnancy when I bled on and off from 12 to 16 weeks but then it stopped and the rest of the pregnancy was fine. I was referred to the EPAU by my GP in the my 2nd and 3rd pregnancies and referred by my MW on my 4th although I understand in some areas you can self-refer.
I was never given any reasons for my bleeding, just told that some women just bleed throughout pregnancy - not helpful at all when I was worried sick! In all 4 pregnancies the bleeding stopped altogether by around 18 weeks and went to full term without any problems - just to reassure you that it can mean nothing.

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