possible miscarriage??

Discussion in 'Coping with Miscarriage & Loss' started by countrygirl123, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. countrygirl123

    countrygirl123 New Member

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    Hi im new to this forum and really seeking some advice. Im a 25 year old mum to 2 boys and have previously had 1 miscarriage. I currently have the implant in my arm and my last period was 3 weeks ago. Over the past few days i have been experiencing extreme cramping and a huge amount of gas (sorry tmi) i have been passing black blood which has now returned to red and what appeared to be 2 golf ball sized clots. Could this be a possible miscarriage? i appreciate any help or advice possible.
     
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    snowbee Well-Known Member

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    Sorry you are going through this. I would get yourself checked out, do you have an out of hours GP you can get to?
     
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    MrsS15 Well-Known Member

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    I agree with snowbee, I would definitely get yourself checked if you can. Hope you're okay xx
     
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    thank you soo much for replying! if the cramps worsen I am going to call doctor on call! im scared im over reacting! but at the same time iknow my body. With my previous miscarriage, it was a missed miscarriage and a d&c was required so i cant even relate to it. Also, with the implant surely its extremely rare to fall pregnant? xxx
     
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    snowbee Well-Known Member

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    It would be rare but not unheard of. If you bled only three weeks ago it would also be pretty early to see such large clots so I would guess there is something else going on there. Have you had the implant long? Maybe your body is adjusting to it? I really don't know. Hope you are ok, let us know how you get on.
     

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