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should I worry????Ghost/ Anyone??

Postby brit1612 » Mon Aug 03, 2009 11:25 pm

I am 7w1d and I have had three previous miscarraiges. This is the best situation we have had so far, but I am having some brown spotting. I went into the office today when I realized I was spotting, and the baby was measuring perfect and had a bpm of 163. The nurse could see some blood on the ultrasound and said that it is usually nothing to worry about. I feel confident that everything is going well, but can't help but worry some with our past history. I would love to hear if anyone has had similar situations and how they turned out. Thanks!
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Postby cymplicity27 » Mon Aug 03, 2009 11:53 pm

brit, I had no spotting and then a sudden ton of bleeding at 12 wks and even passed 2 large clots. I thought the worst of course but babies showed up fine on the u/s. They were able to find the bleeding in my uterus on a u/s and also told me not to worry and that I'd either continue to spot/bleed until it was gone or my body would absorb it. I didn't have any spotting afterwards and it completely disappeared from the ultrasound within a couple weeks. I'm currently 20 wks and haven't had any bleeding since :) I know of a couple other ladies currently pregnant who have had some bleeding/spotting scares and are still pregnant with no complications.

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Postby MedStudentMom2B » Tue Aug 04, 2009 1:59 am

cymplicity27 wrote:brit, I had no spotting and then a sudden ton of bleeding at 12 wks and even passed 2 large clots. I thought the worst of course but babies showed up fine on the u/s. They were able to find the bleeding in my uterus on a u/s and also told me not to worry and that I'd either continue to spot/bleed until it was gone or my body would absorb it. I didn't have any spotting afterwards and it completely disappeared from the ultrasound within a couple weeks. I'm currently 20 wks and haven't had any bleeding since :) I know of a couple other ladies currently pregnant who have had some bleeding/spotting scares and are still pregnant with no complications.

Congrats on your pregnancy!


Hey cymplicity,

Quick question. Did they ever tell you how big your hematoma was? I had a major bleed at 10wks similar to what you described, and nothing since but on u/s the subchorionic hematoma measured 6cm which is considered large. Just curious if you knew how large yours was.

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Postby brit1612 » Tue Aug 04, 2009 2:09 am

cymplicity- Thanks for the encouraging story and congrats on your pregnancy! I know that spotting can be coming, but it is nice to hear positive outcomes.
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Postby cymplicity27 » Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:43 pm

MedStudentMom2B, I'm not sure of the exact measurements but it was rather large. It almost looked like a third sac! The clots that I passed alone were about 1/2 dollar coin sizes each.
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