I'd suggest calling your OB ASAP and insisting on being seen. I wouldn't take chances.
North Idaho rural living mama to: 23 yo DD, 17 yo DS, 9 yo DS, 7 yo DS, 5 yr old DS, 3 yo DD, 2 yo DS, and our newest family member, a boy born December 2014!
Originally Posted by MamaFern
put your feet up, drink some tea, relax and tell that baby to stay in there!
I have a friend who did IVF and conceived twins. She thought she was m/c and let it run its course. When she was done bleeding, she went to the OB, they did an u/s just to be sure she didn't lose just 1 babe and lo and behold, BOTH babes were FINE, 2 Let your body do its job and see what happens.
You're in my prayers
Jenn<>< crunchy conservative mama to 6
and my way through my stash.
Suzanne~ wife to Jesse, Momma to 3
I would like to say that if it is a miscarriage, the doctors really can't do much, aside from confirm that it's a miscarriage. I didn't even go to the ER with either of my second losses, as it seemed pointless to be stuck by myself on the ward when they couldn't help anyway. I made a regular doctor's appointment, told my doctor what had happened, and was sent for ultrasounds to make absolutely certain that everything had cleared. And, after all that, I had a beautiful baby girl in 2003. (So, here I'm trying to cheer you up, even though I hated it when people said things like that to me!)
Lisa, lucky mama of Kelly (3/93) , Emma (5/03) , Evan (7/05) , & Jenna (6/09)
Loving my amazing dh, James & forever missing Aaron Ambrose (11/07)
Just try to relax and think the best thoughts. Our thoughts and words really do have an influence on what happens.
Keep us posted.
This is a remedy useful to prevent impending abortion occurring about the third month, ushered in by the appearance of blood, which is oftentimes the first symptom; then follow pain in the small of the back, going around and through the pubes ; there are forcing and dragging pains from the sacrum to the pubes. The flow is bright red and clotted. It is useful for metritis accompanied by flooding from miscarriage. Cinamomum. Useful for abortion from a strain or misstep with profuse haemorrhage and slight pain. Arnica. Threatened miscarriage from traumatism.
For miscarriage in the early months of pregnancy Secale may be the remedy, especially in feeble and cachectic women. It is useful for checking the tendency to miscarriage in the later months, when the muscular tissue of the womb is largely developed. It is indicated by frequent labor-like pains, a copious haemorrhage of black fluid blood, a wan sunken countenance, tingling and formication of the extremities and a desire for air. Hartmann recommended Secale 12.
Its worth a try, hope you are doing okay.
Just checking in on you...