Out Of Prolonged Spots At 7 Weeks Pregnant?
Evening, I want to ask. My cellphone May 30 2018, then I had bleeding April 27 2018, I thought it was a sign of pregnancy. My TP on April 30th my TP is still negative, a few days later, on 5AP I tried another TP and line 2 was faint, on April 8 I was TP and the 2 lines became clearer. Then I checked with the midwife, felt the pregnancy, she said it was 3 weeks 3 days old, instead the HPL was determined on January 7, 2018. On 17 I went to the obstetrician, on the ultrasound she said the fetal sac appeared, I was told to come back again 2 weeks later, to be exact. tomorrow is Thursday 31st. But yesterday on May 25 I had spots, on May 26 the volume of fluid increased, I tried to go to the nearest midwife, because the obstetrician is far from here, the midwife touched the midwife, she said it was still there and growing, but this morning 27 May even more blood came out, until I put the bandage on. I’m afraid .. What I ask, Did I have a miscarriage? What caused it? Pdhl I do regular activities and try to take care of my pregnancy and maintain my food intake. Please answer yes .. Thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before continuing, we apologize in advance but we had a hard time imagining the timeline you are describing because it appears to be an error. You mentioned that your HPHT was on May 30, 2018 (30/5/18), but you tested it on April 30, 2018 (30/4/18) which was 1 month earlier.
Then you try to make a second TP on April 5, 2018 (5/4/2018) and the date is even getting backwards. Then you also mention the HPL (estimated day of birth) of your child precisely on January 7, 2018 (7/1/18), which once again that date has passed further than before.
Therefore we will try to answer by ignoring the date you mentioned and assume what you want to say is that you want to know if there is a possibility of miscarriage when bleeding occurs even though you are already declared pregnant. If this is not what you meant, then apologize for the misunderstanding and feel free to create a new question.
Bleeding during pregnancy is indeed a worrying thing, especially since this condition is often associated with miscarriage. However, there are several conditions that can cause bleeding during pregnancy apart from miscarriage, including:
Ectopic pregnancy or pregnancy outside the uterus
There are many types of miscarriage, one of which is threatened abortion, where in this condition the fetus is still in the fetus and is still developing well, but has started to be 'threatened' by miscarriage which is marked by the loss of blood. Our advice is that the best step is to check with an obstetrician so that an ultrasound can be checked to see the condition of your fetus.
Meanwhile, get plenty of rest and avoid physical activity, stay away from cigarette smoke and stress, consume more nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, avoid sexual intercourse, don't use vaginal cleaners and consume pregnancy vitamins. We wish you a smooth pregnancy and childbirth.
So, hopefully this is useful.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa