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Is this normal?

(6 Posts)
Sophiemck95 Wed 24-May-17 07:57:23

I'm 33 weeks on Friday, So I've been having like pinky reddy discharge for a few days and the other day when I woke up and went to the toilet it was bright red... So I went to the hospital to get checked over they monitored baby and he was fine, and she did an internal and told me I had been bleeding from the neck of my womb and mentioned something about cervical erosion? So I've had more bloody dischargy stuff it's not bright red but it's more red than any other colour... Can anyone tell me if anyone else has had this? This is my first baby too btw

calimommy Wed 24-May-17 19:16:36

I'd be less interested in what the strangers on here have to say and more interested in what the midwives and doctors had told me.. if your concerned about anything then go back to your midwife/doctor. It sounds like baba is putting pressure on your cervix and or causing friction. This can happen from sex as well. If baby is fine and it's not placental bleeding then that is reassuring.

Foggymist Wed 24-May-17 20:38:29

Yep you can have bleeding from a cervical erosion when it suffers some sort of stress, sex, etc.

Hotpinkangel19 Fri 26-May-17 23:10:58

I had this, it's like a raw area of cells on your cervix which can happen through hormone changes. It's really sensitive and bleeds easily. Mine must have resolved as it was never mentioned at my next smear x

Foxyxx01 Sat 27-May-17 11:02:07

Hi can anybody help me. My coil ran out out a month ago and I had normal periods. But since it's ran out I ain't had any signs of my period. And I've had a few symptoms of pregnancy . Could anyone help me. Why I ain't had period yet ?

calimommy Sat 27-May-17 14:42:11

Hi foxy no suggestions except speak to your doctor, but if your looking for more advice on here it's best to start your own thread👍

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