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    what can I do when this is happening during my pregnancy?
    tammy801 posted:
    I had guess that I'm around 7weeks pregnant but than started to have pink spot til I drove up to the er than started to bleed a little,had a little cramp so the dr started to do a blood work,ultrasound which the sac is still there,what they had said my blood level is not up to 7weeks it only shows 4weeks,my cervix is low so they said I have to be on bed rest to see if my blood level would raise or not.which I'm not sure why its happening,the dr said they really can't do anything but just to wait,see so I'm really worried what can I do to keep this happening ?the dr diddnt even tell me if my baby gonna be ok or not which it make me so worried.

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