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To think I could be having a miscarriage?

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TotallyDoneWithThis · 13/12/2019 15:10

I have just had a stay in hospital. I went in with excruciating pain and bleeding heavily. I could’ve been pregnant although didn’t know I was, if I was.

I have endometriosis so I’m used to the constant bleeding with blood clots. While I was in hospital, I had a camera up me and they found fibroids which is being investigated more thorough in January.

With endometriosis I’m lucky that I very rarely get pain, but the last week I’ve been in terrible pain. I’ve also had blood clots but these have been different to the usual ones - these are not bloody, but more dry, a pinky/grey colour and very fleshy where my usual ones are accompanied by blood, stringy and bright red. As I’ve been diagnosed with fibroids, I’m not sure why I’ve started with the pain now too?

They did do a pregnancy test at the hospital which was negative and an X-ray for something else in my uterus area.

I think I may be having a miscarriage but I don’t know what to do next. Please can anyone help me?

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TotallyDoneWithThis · 13/12/2019 15:13

I did mention the possibility of a miscarriage to the gynaecologist but when they found fibroids and the pregnancy test was negative anyway it wasn’t mentioned again.

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CloudyVanilla · 13/12/2019 15:14

This sounds horrible Flowers

Pregnancy tests these days are very sensitive, I do think if you had a negative hospital test showing no hcg rise and also a scan in your uterus to double check, I would say you haven't lost a baby, hope this is good news and good luck if you are trying Flowers Cake


CloudyVanilla · 13/12/2019 15:15

But sorry also if you are still passing stuff you need to go back to hospital ASAP right?


TotallyDoneWithThis · 13/12/2019 15:17

Thanks @cloudyvanilla for your reply. I do need to get back to the hospital ASAP. The pain is awful although is getting better day by day.

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