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Thread: I am not sure if I have had a m/c

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    Question I am not sure if I have had a m/c

    Hello, i am currently around 6-7 weeks pregnant. I am due for my u/s in 2 days time. I have been bleeding for the last 3 days. It started off as a brownish colour but for the last 2 days it it bright red. I have not suffered with any cramps or clots and feel fine within myself. I am unsure if I still feel pregnant. My husband and I have been using IVF and we have had 2 embryos transferred and not sure if we have lost them or that it is just normal or that we have actually lost one or both.


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    Hello Kyb -

    I can't answer your question, but I can offer you best wishes that you aren't suffering a m/c.

    *hugs*
    can you get in to see your doc tomorrow? tonight?

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    Hi Kyb,

    Sorry you have to go through this stressful experience. There are threads and articles on here re: bleeding in pregnancy. I recommend that you definitely call you ob or fertility specialist and if you can't get onto them or the dr you have been seeing for you evf then I would head down to the hospital to have a scan. I hope your bub or bubs are sticky and everything is fine!

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    hope to hear great news soon.

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    Early miscarriage can be less than a period, with no pain, well that's my experience anyway. Some women do experience bleeding and seeing that it's IVF there's a chance that it could have been the loss of a twin. Of course there's always the chance that it was just a bleed as it seems a lot of women have those and go on to have a normal pregnancy.

    I wish you the best of luck with the scan.

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