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bleeding during pregnancy
I just found out I am pregnant a week ago. Because I've been diagnosed with Endometreosis and Polycystic Ovaries, I contacted my doctor right away. I went in and she did a test and confirmed that I was pregnant. She estimated that I was about 6 weeks along.
After sex last night with my boyfriend when I went to the toilet there was a tiny amount of blood about the amount of 2 grains of rice it was very fresh red blood! I'm 29 weeks pregnant and worried if this is normal. There has been no more.
I am 6 weeks pregnant with my second child. I have been having some vaginal bleeding. I am wearing a liner but the blood is only there when I wipe. I'm not having cramps or any bad discomfort, just the normal feelings when your tummy is preparing itself.
Please can you advise me if I need to seek help or advise or if I'm just being over sensitive?
This is my first post here and finally decided to write as I seek answers.
I'm 39 years old and 9 weeks pregnant. I keep getting a cramp-like pain in my lower abdomen as if I'm about to start a monthly cycle.
I'm just wondering if this is normal at my age or if I need to visit my doctor.
A bunch of us over at the October board are having bleeding problems yet have healthy heart beats for our babies. So many women say they know of women who've had periods during their pregnancies and bled consisently and had healthy babies yet we are not hearing this from our doctors!