7 weeks bloody mucous and.....

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  1. Shell99

    Shell99 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies

    I'm 7 + 3 today.

    TMI alert.... For several days I've had a very very sore dry vagina. I read it is likely to do with the change in PH down there during pregnsncy.

    I'm currently on antibiotics for a throat infection.

    Last night when I went to the toilet I saw a blood stained water mark on my underwear :-/ at first I could find no blood but eventually found with the tissue a slight blood stained (pink) mucous right inside my vagina at the opening. I was thinking perhaps as it's so sore it's actually bleeding from my vagina itself?

    This morning being Saturday and docs shut etc, I went to family planning/ sexual health clinic. Sat in waiting room for nearly 2 hrs, I just wanted the nurse to check my lady area out n diagnose the problem, she wouldn't even see me told me I should now deal with early preg unit at hospital and as it was sat I'd have to go through A & E! These seemed a tag extreme as no more more bleeding no pain etc do thought I'd go to GP mon to see what's wrong with my downstairs

    Well tonight it's back n there's more :-(

    There's clearly blood in a clear stringy mucous. No more pain than usual twinges n cramps etc. I called hospital who put me through to early preg unit. The lady said its not early preg unit she's on 'a ward' and asked what was wrong, I told her n got the blanket answer..... Go to A & E!

    It's 1am on sat night! What do you all think?

    Have any of you exp this or similar- anybody had to go through A & E at this stage (7 weeks) what did/will they do? A test? A scan? An examination?

    All advice n info welcome. Thanks in advance
     
  2. Mummy2toddler

    Mummy2toddler Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to hear you're going through this. I know it's hard but try not too worry too much as it may be just because your vagina is dry but I'm no doctor. When I've gone the a&e with bleeding they sometimes did a pregnancy test never an internal and referred me for a scan at the EPU a few days later when EPU could fit me in. Your EPU may be referral only I know mine is but I think it depends on the area. As its not full on bleeding I'd go tomorrow/ later today if you're still worried x
     
  3. chrystal

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    with my daughter they did an internal scan when i had bleeding but now my epu has changed its no longer walk in an you have bloods taken then they call with results and arrange a scan...at my other epu the one im with for this pregnancy they took my bloods three times did normal scan an internal an couldnt see baby so i go back friday as they think im on 5 weeks gone ...sorry i dont have much advice an to hear your goin through this hope all is ok xxx
     
  4. Shell99

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    Thank you ladies- and chrystal, good luck Friday!

    Well I had bleeding fri sat sun and this morning. I say bleeding, it's still bloody mucous, and tends to come once per day on the tissue noticeably n then only if I look for it so not a lot

    Saw GP this morning, examination of my tummy seemed fine as is my blood pressure. But I have to go to EPAU in the morning as the clinics only 9-11 AM. She said they'd likely give me a scan. At this stage they want to rule out ectopic and miscarriage. But she did say if she were overly concerned she'd be directing me to A & E but feels it should be checked anyway

    Ill keep you all posted
     
  5. Jojo84

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    Good luck! I'm sure all is well
     
  6. chrystal

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    Good luck 2moro
    and thanks xx
     
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    nbrintz Well-Known Member

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    Good luck x
     
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    Good luck x
     
  9. Daisyboo

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    hope everything goes ok today.x
     
  10. chrystal

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    hope all went ok today xx
     
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    Hope all went ok this morning. I'm in the same boat, blood stained discharge since this morning.got EPU appointment tomorrow morning.
     
  12. Shell99

    Shell99 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys!

    Epu done an internal scan apparently my uterus is a little tilted 'at the mo' (does it move?!) but with a bit if wiggling around they got a good shot of my little bean and a strong heart beat :)

    No signs of probs or bleeds picked up on scan.

    They just said sometimes there's pain and bleeding in early pregnancy that's not explained :-/

    I have an awful bout of thrush n the nurse said it could well be bleeding from there as its so sore swollen etc

    But we are very relieved today! And back to work n normality tomorrow and i will most definitely be taking it easy this pregnancy n not over doing things x
     
  13. chrystal

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    thats fantastic news xx
     

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