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I HAD BLOOD ON MY CERVIX. DO YOU THINK THIS IS A MISCARRIAGE ?

IM PREGNANT AND START SPOTTING AFTER HAVING SEX WITH MY HUSBAND 5/17. THERE WASNT ANY PAIN JUST ON AND OFF FOR 4DAYS. SO I WENT TO THE ER 5/21 AND WAS TOLD MY CERVIX IS CLOSED AND I HAD BLOOD ON MY CERVIX. MY BLLOD WORK AND ULTRASOUND LOOKED GOOD AFTER LEAVING THE ER I START BLEEDING A LITTLE MORE BUT NOT ENOUGH TO FILL A PAD. I PASSED A FEW CLOTS AND MY BLEEDING REMAINED THE SAME ON AND OFF. I CALLED THE ER THEY SAID AS LONG AS IT ISNT PINK OR GRAY TISSUE ITS REGULAR BLEEDING. MY BLEEDING HAS GOTTEN LIGHTER ON AND OFF STILL. I WAS TOLD TO REST AND I DO SEE A LITTLE DIFFERENTCE WHEN I REST. I HAD A LITTLE CRAMPING AND ALSO GAS. ITS NOT JUST IN MY ABDOMINAL AREA IT LIKE I HAD BEFORE THE BLEEDING. DO YOU THINK THIS IS A MISCARRIAGE?
Asked On : Mon, 24 May 2010
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Hi Sharaonda,
Bleeding from vagina if the cervix is closed and normal ultrasonagraphy you need not worry just take rest for sometime, if you have persistant bleedind with passage of clot consult your doctor,
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