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Help? 19 and 14 weeks and 6 days pregnant, just had my first pelvic exam, scared the blood im still seeing is Not good...
CelticButterfly93 posted:
I just had my first pelvic exam, im 14 weeks pregnant, I had some cramping before the exam but now it is Really bad, and i have this gooey bloody disharge now... im Terrified... i dont want to loose the baby... this is my first pregnancy and i was told before that because of my medical conditions i may not be able to get pregnant. Is it urgent enough to go to the ER? I also had an ultrasound today to find out it is a little girl, with (from what i could see) a strong heartbeat... Im so scared im near tears with this... please help?
pizzagirl responded:
I recommend calling your obgyn, they usually have a 24 doctor on call. They will most likely send you to the E.R. I
CelticButterfly93 replied to pizzagirl's response:
i've tried calling but the line is busy, i just went again and didnt have any blood Or discharge, but i just dont know... im still trying to call...
Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi CelticButterfly93 -

Checking in to see how you are doing. Did you reach the doctor?

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gardensparrow replied to CelticButterfly93's response:
Hi there~
Sorry for this health scare. I hope you've been able to ease your mind about your mind about the state of your pregnancy and received some good news from your doctor? I'm praying that this is the case....Also, if it would be helpful, I just wanted to make a suggestion that you consider getting in touch with a Pregnancy Resource Center in your area. I know from my time working at Focus on the Family that you can find one through an organization called OptionLine (800-712-HELP). But, they usually have a lot of help and info available for young women in your shoes. So, just FYI if you're looking for some support and assistance. Well, hang in there and know someone out there is thinking of you and praying for you!

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