I'm still waiting to hear from the state about medicaid to make my first dr appt, or I would have been in right away. I do have a friend who works for a ob/gyn and has gave me her opinion which is an inflamed cervix, but I was wondering if anyone has this problem or ever had this problem in another pregnancy? This never happened with my first so it's a little bit worrisome. It's not a heavy amount of blood or anything, more like the spotting I had after implantation.
If it's light pink you are fine. It's most likely just an irritated cervix. I had it happen with this pregnancy. It was very brief. If it's red, lasts for awhile or you have cramping go in. I had that with my daughter and my OB said to go in even though it was most likely just from sex. It ended up being just fine. Either way it's probably fine .
Well now I am beginning to get really worried. I'm not flowing blood or anything but the spotting is now red. No cramping or back pains, it's just as if I'm on my period but pregnant at the same time. The hospitals where I'm at are so screwed up, if I'm to go in there I'll just be told to wait it out if it's a miscarriage. (I know this because this just recently happened to my cousin) Been praying to god all day, hoping I'm just like one of those "I didn't know I was pregnant cases". My friend at the Ob/Gyn has told me about women she's seen who have had 2-3 normal periods but come in at 4 months pregnant. I just hope to see this pregnancy through and have a happy, healthy baby in 8 months.
Is there anywhere you can go at all? You really should get that checked out. Will they not even do an ultrasound? This probably sounds really random, but do you have any religious affiliated hospitals in your area? They might do more.
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