This is my first pregnancy and of course we always have more worries becuase of all the horror stories we read about. I am around 8 weeks pregnant and when I went to the restroom, it was pink when I wiped. I know bleeding can be a sign of a miscarriage and I don't think I'm bleeding but this isn't normal is it? I'm really freaking out!!
You might want to call your Dr, just so they're aware. They might even have you come in for an ultrasound I'm on my 4th pregnancy, although I only have 1 living child. I'm now 8wks pregnant, and I've spotted off & on the entire pregnancy. Each time my Dr advised that as long as it's not red, gets worse, or is accompanied with cramping it's probably just the 'norma' early pregnancy spotting. After loosing 2 babies before, every time I see any spotting I start crying, but so far nothing's wrong. I hope all is well! Anytime you're concerned, call your Dr- that's what they're getting paid for
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