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17 weeks pregnant started bleed
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gorilla33 posted:
hi im 17 weeks pregnant with 4 th baby ive had 3 miscarriages 1 eptopic losing fallopian tube so far everything normal had 12 week scan fine sat went to run a bath stood up from taps blood just cam running down legs like pouring water in to cup freaked out went to hospital going insane had 1 hr wait as busy sitting there bleeding check up said cervix closed babys heart beat 140 sent me home bed rest got home 1am blood getting worse like having a period blled all night again sunday morn didnt move all day only toilet mon just had spotting when wiped my self after wee no bleeding tues got to wait until 3 pm weds to see midwife see if there is a heart beat go from there so nervous and scared might be paranoid my stomach gone down had really bad urine infection could this of caused bleeding just want answer why where blood coming from is this normal is my baby ok can i carry on have normal pregnancy any advice will post later after seen midwife prying wishing hear heart beat today emotional rollercoaster
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