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5 weeks pregnant. Bleeding for a week. Been told it is threatened abortion. Suggestions?

I had experienced a miscarriage last year in february. I am 5 weeks pregnant. I been bleeding for a week now. The hospital said its a threatened abortion and the last two days I have been bleeding heavy dark red blood and passing blood clots. There is no pain and my levels are going up normally. My last hgc level was 1750 and they said they did not see a yolk sac
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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You need complete bed rest,hospital addmission and injections for dropping the bleeding and supporting the pregnancy. Since there is no yolk sac seen as yet and you have been bleeding heavily nothing can be said about continuation of pregnancy but get addmitted and follow your doctors advice. Hoping for the best. All the best. Take care
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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