could you have a subchorionic hemorrhage? Placenta previa? How very scary!
Mom of 7, ages 13, 12, 9, 7, 5, 4, and 2.5!
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At the ultrasound I had at 8 weeks, she said that the placenta looked fine and she could see no sign of bleeding around it. No indication of the bleeding whatsoever. I don't know if that would be too early to tell if the placenta was low lying or not. She didn't say anything about its position. So I have no clue. Time is just going SOOO SLOOOOOOOOW. One day seems like about 4. And I just can't make myself be productive so my house and kids and business are suffering from my distractedness. Every molehill seems like a mountain and it is tough to cope. Trying to remain positive. I am SO thankful to have heard that beautiful heartbeat this morning.
I had horrendous bleeding with my ds. Therer was blood everywhere and it just ran out of me. The ER doc said that it can pool inside the uterus and when the pressure on the cervix gets too much it just comes all ot at once. I passed clots, too, but the hemmorhage was easy to see on the us. Everything turned out okay. With this pregnancy I also bleed for a couple of hours, just trickeling out of me and the it stopped. It didn't worry me us much as last time. I more terrified of a missed miscarriage. Sums of my experiences, I guess.
Wishing you all the best!!!!
me, wife and mama to ds ('06) and dd ('07), my miracle dd ('12) and surprise ds (5/14) and to plenty pets!
twins2/11, lost another twin 8/11
I am grateful to whoever first thought of putting a pillow between your knees when sleeping to help with hip pain. Ahhhh -- so much more comfortable.
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I have Stiff Person Syndrome and my other car is a candy apple red Rascal. Feel free to ask me about it.
We're thankful for sustenance here. Today 33 POUNDS of tomatoes from the garden are in big stock pots on the stove. They'll be cooked down to make spaghetti sauce for the cooler months. Also thankful for the delicious smelling red wine that we got from a friend. I can't drink it, but it smells soooo good and I'm sure it will taste good in the tomato sauce. We're having fresh picked corn for dinner, too. All this from inter-planting vegetables in our existing rose and flower beds. You can harvest a lot from a suburban lot if you put your mind to it!
Nice! Sounds wonderful!
Mama to Lauren Philippa Elethea (3) and expecting a little Jay bird March 2012!
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