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Q: Miscarriage Bleeding?

I am 5w2d pregnant. We transferred 2 day 5 embryos on 11/29. On 12/8 my hcg was 187, on 12/11 it was 600.8. Friday night I started cramping, bleeding dark red, brown and pink, and had lower back pain. Went to ER and they said my hcg was 1981. The next morning I had mostly filled a pad. But then around lunch it just stopped all together. Nothing at all until last night when I started cramping again and spotting pink. Woke up this morning to find my pad filled again and a dark kidney bean shaped "clot" that didn't squish like my normal clots. Then the bleeding stopped again. Now I'm having brown discharge. Isn't normal miscarriage bleeding more constant? Also, the cramps come and go, is that normal? I have another hcg test in the am.

This question was asked Dec. 17, 2017 6:50pm
Category: Miscarriage & Loss

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Answered by RihanaSam - Jul. 3, 2018 5:33pm
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Answered by pheobe412 - Mar. 29, 2018 9:22am
Hello there, don't feel this way, there's nothing wrong with you. It's just a matter of time. Next time just try to take intensive care of yourself. Consult with your doctor, Ask him to give you high precautions during your pregnancy. Some basic precautions are not use stairs, Don't eat hot food etc. He is going to give you the things like that and you'll be fine. Don't worry.

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Answered by babylove14 - Dec. 18, 2017 3:54am
I miscarried at 5 weeks. It was like a VERY heavy period for me but with more clots/tissue. I also had pregnancy tests getting lighter leading up until the day I bled. It's hard to say if that were a miscarriage. As a previous poster said, you may have lost one and not the other. Especially since you have had steady hcg levels from my experience. Hopefully it's just breakthrough bleeding or something abd everything is fine but from what I've seen (For myself and heard from other women) miscarriage bleeding is consistent.

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Answered by AnnabelleT - Dec. 17, 2017 8:44pm
When I had my miscarriage, I had0 really bad cramps (that felt like contractions) and back ache with spotting in the morning. By the evening I was bleeding really heavily and passing large clots, I bled really heavily for 2 days and had to wear double pads and change every couple of hours (Sorry tmi). I bled for 10 days.
With my other successful pregnancies I did have early spotting but it was lighter and only lasted a day or two. I'm really praying that your spotting stops and you go on to have a happy and healthy 9 months. Big hugs as I know how scary spotting is. Thinking of you xx

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Answered by Starmama14 - Dec. 17, 2017 8:20pm
When I had my miscarriage I started with pink/red spotting and then had a huge gush (overflowed a pad...sorry tmi) and then I bled constant until eventually I had a d&c. I have no idea what it's like for anyone else? I am wondering if you maybe miscarried one but there's still another in there? Thinking and praying for you!

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