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Pregnant with twins. Why did I bleed? Worry?

Hello, I am pregnant in 13 weeks with a twins by ICSI. and last night i hade red blood a spoon and i went to the hospital and did an echo and the heart beatings where fine, and im having rest today, and i spot since that bleeding 4-5 spots tell now very little . but i feel worried and i dont know the reason of the bleeding. if you could help me so i could worry less. thank you :)
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Bleeding in the first trimester for any type of pregnancy means a threatened abortion and this is more likely in multiple pregnancies. Yet, most of the cases of early trimester bleeding have uneventful pregnancies and a favorable outcome later with timely care. Since your bleeding has subsided, and the sonogram report is normal, there is no reason for worry. If you develop bleeding again associated with pain, you should get immediate attention. Take rest, avoid intercourse and lifting weights and relax. You may be needing hormone supplementation as the demand is going to be more. Please take further advice from your doctor. Wish you good health.
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Nandita Thakkar's  Response
thank you fro writing to HCM
The 12 to the 14th week is critical in any pregnancy as the placenta takes over the function to support the growing fetus
it will be advised to meet your gynaec at the earliest and see if there is any other problem
they will also do an ultrasound to see if the twins are doing well
hope to have answered your query
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