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Pregnant. Type 2 diabetic. Having cramps, passing clots. Miscarriage?

Hello Dr, yesterday at abt 8pm, l noticed some brown blood after visiting the look, that was after having a period pain feeling, cramp , the pain is getting better with analgesia by the spotiing has turned to clots and I m worried sick. Have BMW to the a&e had a urine sample which was ok told to go home and had a scan booked for tomorrow. Could l be miscarring. I m twelve wld pregnant and hv type 2 diabeties obviously l haven t had my metformin since l found out
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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thanks for the query,

Your symptoms of spotting per vagina with cramps suggest you might be going for abortion.
Get a ultrasound to be more sure.
Take rest.
Avoid lifting heavy objects,
Keep your sugar under control.

Still there are chances of continuation of pregnancy as 50%of women with spotting in early pregnancy deliver a healthy child at term.

Dr Nilofer
Answered: Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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