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Bleeding at 6 weeks

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#1 shopgirl84

Posted 11 July 2019 - 06:53 PM

Afternoon Ladies,
Last night while on a plane I unfortunately started bleeding at 6 weeks pregnant.
Today I booked my GP to have bloods done prior to the bleeding to confirm pregnancy. They took my bloods today and then have me planned to take again in 2 days time to check hormone levels. I haven't had any cramping. I just feel really drained from crying alot and being upset and I have a huge headache that I can't kick.
My doc said there isn't much that can be done but wait until all bloods are back.
Literally 2 days ago I felt pregnant, nauseous and like a baby was in my belly... Today I feel empty 😢
Has any one been through a similar thing? I assume I am miscarrying 😢😢😢

#2 cvbn

Posted 11 July 2019 - 06:56 PM

I am sorry, I have had it go either way.

Big hugs. x

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