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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: Bleeding in Pregnancy
|preetiprakashb - Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:50 am||
Age : 32
Sex : Female
Past Diagnoses : 12 years before my uterus tube twisted and with laproscopy it operated and made ok.
Family : Mother father hvg diabetes.
Current : Folicit (once a day - folic acid) and Gestin (twice a day -to stop bleeding)
Last Visited Doctor : 6 days before.
Last Period : 1st July. Periods are normal.
Doctor saw my SEC inside uterus of 5week and 4 days (4 days laps) during last visit. I hv no pain, no vomit. Current weight : 74 kgs, are blood reports are okey.
2 days before doctor visit i flied from home town india to dubai - uae. and went home town for 4 days.
Having very low bleeding and came to know pregnant on 2nd aug 2007 (1 day after normal period day).
Doctor ask me to wait for 10 days till 23 aug to see the SEC growth. but bleeding is continous 2-3 drops, whole day.
I hv taken 4 days rest after doctor visit. Kindly advice me is bleeding can be in pregnancy or not, is there any chances for miscarriage. pls reply me at email@example.com, Rgds : Preeti Prakash
|Debbie Miller, RN - Mon Aug 20, 2007 12:19 am||
I'm sorry I cannot reply to your private email address so I hope you will check the site.
It is very possible to have spotting when pregnant, especially around the time you would normally be having a period. At this point about all you can do is wait and see if the pregnancy continues normally. It is always possible you could experience a miscarriage and these typically occur by the 10th week of pregnancy. There's not much that can be done to prevent them in most cases.
Good luck and congratulations on your pregnancy.
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