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Q: Slight bleeding, has any one had this and still had a healthy pregnancy? 5-6weeks

I was in town today going about my business when I felt something run out of me, I went to the loo and there was some blood not a lot but noticeable, I had a sharp pain to felt like someone pinching my insides went on for about 20mins give or take. Phoned the doctors and she said if it heavy bleeding or really painful to call back to get a scan done, the bleeding has stopped and the pain didnt last long im just so worried, anyone had this and went on to have a healthy pregnancy. Fingers crossed I will not have to make the call. Advice and support welcome x

This question was asked Jul. 8, 2013 5:21pm
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Answered by diamondbaby - Jul. 9, 2013 1:06pm
Hey thanks guys im feeling more positive now I have seen your answers I guess its the shock when you first see the blood you go on over drive well I did, ive had no more blood since 3 yesterday afternoon so its looking ok, aww hudson thats fantastic news!
Heres to hoping for a happy and healthy 9 months xx


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Answered by danni179 - Jul. 8, 2013 11:22pm
I had slight bleeding at 6/8/14 weeks. My baby boy turns one in 2 weeks :)

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Answered by yummymummy1991 - Jul. 8, 2013 10:28pm
I have had bleeding at 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 13 weeks, 16 weeks and 26 weeks so far. Pregnancy is certainly viable and healthy as far as we know it. I'm on high risk due to other things that don't associate with the bleeds. Either way it hasn't stopped this little diva growing well and truly and dancing day and night in there...
Bleeding is common in the first trimester and can occur at the weeks you would normally get a period because your body is adjusting to being pregnant. Always get it checked out regardless - but needless to say plenty of women go on to have perfectly healthy pregnancies

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Answered by Hudson - Jul. 8, 2013 10:23pm
Hey diamond! I'm not sure if you saw my journal a few days ago, but on saturday I bled for an hour, like my period! I just knew it was over. The on call dr. said I can have my miscarriage in the comfort off my home, so I just stayed home. Today I had my dr. make a few phone calls and I got to see someone today! Three hours ago I saw the little heartbeat for the very first time. Ive never been pregnant, so this is huge. He said its possible that I have/had a subchorionic hematoma (sch) from implantation. The bleeding turned dark brown but has subsided. If I can bleed for an hour and be good, you should be good too!! sending a Ridiculous amount of baby dust your way!

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Answered by diamondbaby - Jul. 8, 2013 8:01pm
Thanks for replies I dont think its implantation bleeding as I had a positive pregnancy test over 2 weeks ago, the light bleeding has stopped been over 6 hours ago so thinking its a good sign, just got to keep my fingers crossed and hope for the best x

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Answered by newmom06 - Jul. 8, 2013 7:12pm
I had bleeding around week 5. It was dark brown... I'm at week 16 now.. doc said my bleeding was bruising from the placenta attaching. Baby seems well so far.

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Answered by kelliers - Jul. 8, 2013 5:59pm
It could be some stretching of your uterus or the baby really digging in and taking hold. Take it easy and go in right way if it gets worse.

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Answered by JessicaWall11 - Jul. 8, 2013 5:49pm
It sounds like it was just implantation bleeding. The same thing happened to me.

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