Help :( bleeding 5weeks pregnant

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  1. lexie1994

    lexie1994 Active Member

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    hello, im 5 weeks pregnant, i went to the doctors yesterday as i had brown discharge like old blood, he said not too worry it was normal, however about an hour ago i started bleeding with clots, and having cramps i am so worried because i am also a negative blood group im so scared and i am going to see him tomorrow as they are shut now, can anyone shed any light on what is happening, thanks.
     
  2. lizylou

    lizylou Well-Known Member

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    If it was me hun I would be getting myself off to hospital but hopefully the more experienced ladies on here will help I'm very new x
     
  3. nikki8092

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    Im O negative hun and bleeding is only a concern after 12 weeks with regard to your blood group. Brown blood is old blood but if it turns to red i would ring your local maternity ward and speak to them hun xx
     
  4. mishi

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    If its fresh blood I'd get onto your local maternity unit or go to a&e honey. Fx all will be ok for you but I think you need to get checked out.x
     
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    As the others have said, I'd go to A&E as ur better getting urself seen to.
    Hope everythings ok x

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  6. lexie1994

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    thank you! my only problem is that i cannot get to hospital till tomorrow, im 17 and my boyfriend is working away :( i will try all family! thankyou again! and nikki8092 thank you very much as i was worried about my blood group creating antibodies before i could get anywhere the most!!!
     
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    No problem hun, they only start worrying about anti bodies after 12 weeks and even then you have 72 hours for an anti d injection. Hope everything is ok xx
     
  8. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    Defo get yourself to a&e if its red blood and clots, might be nothing but could be something. I had to get myself up the hospital by bus at 6 weeks. fx for you x
     
  9. lexie1994

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    just rang my local hospital and they said wait for an appointment with my gp tommorrow! nhs for ya!!!!
     
  10. lizylou

    lizylou Well-Known Member

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    Really! I would contemplate going to A&E if the bleeding gets any worse hun x
     
  11. lexie1994

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    thanks everyone, went to hospital, they took my blood pressure and monitored my heart rate but thats all they could do, they said i cant book an appointment for wednesday as it would be 7weeks, my gp calculated the date wrong, fx everything is okay!
     
  12. lizylou

    lizylou Well-Known Member

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    Glad your doing ok and glad you went to hosp FX everything goes well for you and baby x
     
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    fx all is ok for you, I totally understand how your feeling xx
     

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