I will keep you and your precious baby in my thoughts and I hope tomorrow's scan reveals a beautiful little baby with a beating heart, and a harmless explanation for the bleeding.
Mountain Biking Mama of 3 little beans, . Epumped 22mths for dd1 (2006)
Nursed my babe, dd2 (2008) until self weaned at 3yrs. We survived a major nursing strike.
Awesome for Baby #3 who turned out to be a (Aug 2013)!
Book lover - Sewer - Movie lover - Mommy to a wonderful little boy (8/4/08) - Aspiring writer - On a mission to lose 15 pounds - all-around cool chick
I am cautiously optimistic, and exhausted.
It was a subchorionic hemmorhage, as SumnerRain described. But these things can vary a lot in size/severity. Although most times they are relatively harmless, when severe enough they can cause m/c. Mine was large. Which I already knew, because I was gushing blood yesterday--like 3 huge postpartum pads soaked through with bright red blood. Physician said that it was good that the baby had survived the hemmoraging. So hopefully that will be it; over time the tear will heal. But, this could continue the entire pregnancy. Or worse, the pg itself could still end.
But, for now, we have a heartbeat. I was surprised, and thrilled.
Wife of 20 years to my superhero firefighting DH. SAHM to 2 boys and 2 girls (3 babies in Heaven-
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Baby # 5 5/2010 & Baby #6 8/2011 & Baby # 7 2/1013). Cancer Survivor 2011 ( Persistent Malignant Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)
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