I am 7 wks preg. And 5 days ago it was confirmed by ultrasound, I even saw the heart beat on ultrasound. The ultrasound was done transvaginally and since I have had some brown vaginal discharge. Only on the toilet tissue when I go to the bathroom. Not alot but it is concerning could I have miscarried. I have had no cramps or actual red or pink bleeding. This is my second pregnancy and it is nothing like the first , I had sore breasts but they aren't anymore, which concerns me as well and unlike my first pregnacy I have no nausea. I am so concerned my son is 61/2 and he so wants a brother or sister. Help.
Sounds like you just got a bit of cervix irritation maybe from the transvaginal probe.
Often symptoms are different with subsequent pregnancies. Also mybe it is a different sex baby.
My first pregnancy I was sick from day one but had no cramping or sore boobs.
Now I am pregnant again (but this will be my first baby ) and i've had no sickness but really sore, heavy boobs and cramping like bad period pain.
Best way to set your mind at rest would be to go back to your doctor and explain your worries.
Hope evrything goes well and you keep us up to date.
Did you call your ob/gyn??They usually want to know about any spotting right away!It could be nothing to worry about,but just to be safe,call your doc.They have an answering service that will get in touch with them,and no,you are not bothering your doctor.That's why they get paid the big bucks!!Hope everything is okay!Patty
I hope I can put your mind at ease a little. I have four children, and only the last three did I have spotting every time from seven to ten weeks. And, every time I called my doctor frantic that something was wrong. Nothing was ever wrong... From about seven weeks till around ten the placenta is growing deeper into the uterin wall, and if you are sensitive to it, it can cause some light spotting. With some pregnancies it was brown, and some of my others it was a watery pinkish/red.
Now, I hope yoy feel a little better, but most certainly call your doctor, and let them know.
Congrats on your expectancy!