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Pregnant having vaginal bleeding, U/S showed normal heart beat of baby, since then having clots and speckles. Suggestion?

I am about 7 weeks pregnant. Last sunday I went to urgent care. I had vaginal bleeding . Not a lot, but it was red so it was scary. THey took some blood from my left arm , and urine, and did an ultrasound . I went back on Tuesday for more bloo test same arm, and more urine samples and another ultrasound. When the second ultrasound was done, the Dr said I was about 6wks and a few days. She said she saw a heartbeat and the baby is in the uterus . Since then, I have been having brown, speckles, clots come out when I pee and when I wipe. I have been wearing pads every day, however, only a few brown spots show up... Am I worrying too much, or should I go back to the urgent care?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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According to your symptoms you seem to have suffered a sub-chorionic bleed that may have subsided. Absence of fresh bleeding is a good thing, so also is the presence of fetal heart on sonogram. Please have regular follow up with your doctor and get serial sonograms to keep track of the status of your pregnancy. Avoid intercourse, take bed rest, avoid all sorts of stress and eat healthy. Good luck.
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