So there is good news but it's bad at the same time. The Perinatologist did not find an abruption or anything else and baby is happy and healthy. This on the other hand means that they cant find the problem. Its good that it isn't big enough to show up on the ultrasound but concerning because there is so much bleeding and no definite answer. He thinks that it could be one of two things. Less likely being that I found out for the first time that I have a Retroverted Uterus which may cause pressure on my cervix, though it shouldn't cause that much bleeding, my cervix looked fine in the ultrasound, and it shouldn't cause cramping. I wish it was that because it couldn't affect the baby.
That being said, he thinks it is the second option. When you are not pregnant the blood vessels to the uterus are microscopic in size. When a woman becomes pregnant they increase ten to twenty fold and become as big as an artery to accommodate the new blood flow demand. The Perinatologist thinks that one of mine blew. This can happen at any time. It is caused by strain on the area, nothing I did. This affects the blood flow to the placenta and therefore the baby.
I am now in bed rest for at least two weeks after the bleeding stops. I will be seeing him in 5 weeks and another week after that as well. I am not allowed to put strain on my body so not too much walking, absolutely no lifting, and no straining to poop etc. The worst part is it can also happen if I am not even doing anything, because once it does heal itself it is weak. It was hard seeing the term high risk on the papers I had to sign.