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    Bleeding during pregnancy
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    whitk90 posted:
    I went to the ER last night because I am 4 weeks pregnant is what they told me I think im 8, but any who. I have been bleeding for 2 days. it doesn't get in my underwear just everytime i wipe and I am starting to have small cramps. They did a ultra sound and said it was too early to tell if something was wrong with the baby. I was told that because of my A/B+ BLOOD TYPE i didnt need the rogame shot. This is the third day and i am still seeing blood everytime i wipe. I have one son already and i had no compications what so ever. I have my first dr. appt with my obgyn thursday. Will someone please help me!!
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