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Pregnant, light spotting, cramps. History of abortion. What is happening?

Hi I m currently 6 weeks pregnant I have had spotting which is very light every other day this past week. Today I woke up and it is heavier than itwas. The cramps I am having a constant with the amount of pain that can be tolerated. Its just very scary because I have never had this problem with my previous children that are 10 and 4. I have had one abortion in between those children. Please let me know kind what s husband say it is all in my head and we have been trying to get pregnant for so long........
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You are suffering from light to heavier spotting with abdominal cramp.
It suggests early implantation bleeding or sign of miscarriage and need to rule out by USG lower abdomen or TVS. After that consult with your doctor and take suggestive measures.
You may need Micronised Progesterone Tab or Depot injection to prevent miscarriage and support pregnancy.But it is not always 100% effective.
Do these things like Complete Bed Rest,Continue Folic acid supplements, Protein rich diet, Avoid long journey/heavy work,avoid stress,maintain personal hygiene.
Do periodic check up. Be well.
Answered: Thu, 30 Oct 2014
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