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Having abdominal pain and bleeding heavily during pregnancy. What could be the reason?

Hi doctor..... I am 7 weeks pregnant and its my first baby.... 2 weeks ago I went to the hospital because I was bleeding ( brown spots ) and the doctor said that I have to do DNC. Then i went to another hospital and the doctor said that its normal to have brownish spots n everything was normal. (regular IUGS with yolk sac). Today im having lower abdominal pain n its bleeding heavier than before. I am very worried now.....
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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First of all do not panic. All you have to do now is to see a good obstetrician immediately. Implantation bleeding is common in many cases and many-a-time, it looks like an ordinary period. Also, it is not quite common for a pregnancy with a regular gestation sac to abort. Yet, since you are experiencing pain, you may need a sonogram to know the outcome of your pregnancy and treatment depends on that.Wish you luck.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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