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I'm 11 weeks pregnant and I have had some dark black blood.Is this normal? Two weeks ago I was bleeding red blood but it stopped and now dark black blood is coming out and it has a bad smell.
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replied February 2nd, 2006
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Have you consulted your doctor? Coz its normal to have spotting (normally its brownish dried blood on underwear) but dark, foul smelling blood I havent encountered it. Some of my friends here experienced spotting and bleeding however they consulted a doctor.
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replied February 2nd, 2006
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I would either contact your dr if you have one yet, or go to er. This dont sound normal to me. But, of course I am no .Dr.
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replied February 3rd, 2006
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That sounds abmormal. Especially the bad smell. If I were you I would go to the er anytime you had spotting, I dont care what they tell you.
So you can get an ultrasound and make sure you and baby are okay.

When I lost my baby at five months I didnt have any pain at all, just a little spotting when I wiped, turned out my baby had died already.

Im not trying to scare you but I think you need to see a doctor.
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replied February 3rd, 2006
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lilypad wrote:
that sounds abmormal. Especially the bad smell. If I were you I would go to the er anytime you had spotting, I dont care what they tell you.

So you can get an ultrasound and make sure you and baby are okay.


When I lost my baby at five months I didnt have any pain at all, just a little spotting when I wiped, turned out my baby had died already.


Im not trying to scare you but I think you need to see a doctor.


yes, lilypad I was the same way, rushing to the hospital with flashers on in the middle of the night. At any site of blood. You know I had all/ or most all-- my miscarriages in the night, but my births in the day--never thought about that before.

How are you hon, havent heard from you. Did you hear they are referring me to a .Dr who knows about my pregnancy, we will see what he does. Right??
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replied February 3rd, 2006
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fatfamily02 wrote:
lilypad wrote:
that sounds abmormal. Especially the bad smell. If I were you I would go to the er anytime you had spotting, I dont care what they tell you.


So you can get an ultrasound and make sure you and baby are okay.



When I lost my baby at five months I didnt have any pain at all, just a little spotting when I wiped, turned out my baby had died already.



Im not trying to scare you but I think you need to see a doctor.


yes, lilypad I was the same way, rushing to the hospital with flashers on in the middle of the night. At any site of blood. You know I had all/ or most all-- my miscarriages in the night, but my births in the day--never thought about that before.


How are you hon, havent heard from you. Did you hear they are referring me to a .Dr who knows about my pregnancy, we will see what he does. Right??


thats great! I sure hope this doctor takes better care of all three of you than the others did.

And me? Ill pm ya.
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