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    6 weeks pregnant and bleeding
    rosetyler_companion94 posted:
    im worried because I started bleeding yesterday it was spotting it turned light im terrified please help ive gotten a few options from friends some say its implantation some say its completely normal to happen in your first trimester because its the baby attaching itself to your uterus lining and also a day or so before this happened me and my boyfriend had sex the doctors are saying that there best guess over in conemaugh health memorial hospital is that my cervix is irritated and my cervix hole thing is closed and not open and they said that's a good sign my hcg has been rising when I first found out I was preg was 37 now is nearly 300. they said I could miscarry but said they wont rule it out as a threatened miscarriage for the simple fact that its possible for any woman to miscarry yesterday I was spotting then went to a watery light flow and now back to spotting

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