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Am I Having a Misscarriage?(5 Posts)
I am 5+6 weeks pregnant. I started spotting 5 days ago, the following day I was bleeding slightly heavier and passed 2 small clots throughout the day which were the size of my thumbnail.
I continued to bleed and the bleeding has decreased each day. Never been enough to fill a pad but obviously the clots were concerning.
I called my local EPAU after the clots and they now have me booked in 2 days time(mon) the wait for this is excruciating! I am obviously petrified of losing this pregnancy and I have been testing myself Almost every day just to hang on to a Tiny shred of hope. My tests don't seem to be progressing which Is also making me think it's a MC.
I have had no pains or cramping whatsoever. The bleeding has slowed down to barely anything today but to also add, my only pregnancy symptom of sore breasts disappeared 2 days ago
I am hoping for the best but preparing for the worst!
Please tell me your honest stories/opinions or any advice? And if you have had a successful pregnancy after MC how long did you wait until TTC again?
I have a 9 YO daughter and I am forever grateful for her but trying for 6 months has been tough when the first came so easily.
Thanks ladies xx
I am sorry @Lulukate1 but I've had a few losses at your stage and I think the tests you've taken recently probably do indicate that this isn't going to be a successful pregnancy. Hopefully I am wrong
I agree with the previous poster sorry. Those tests look too faint 🙁 Look after yourself.
@JewelGarden I am sorry for your losses too. Thank you I think I am slowly accepting that this will not work out.
The wait is killing me I would rather just know
@L1ttleb1t thank you for replying, I was thinking that was the case. Such a worrying time the first trimester