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Hi im nearly 6 weeks pregnant and think i have a pollop when i went to toilet last night there was blood on the tissue and i went to bed and there was nothing there but when i went to toilet at 6:00 i was passing blood cleanned myself then went bk to bed and when i got up at 9:00 there was nothing but when i go toilet there is bood there and also been having acin pains i was worred as this did not happen in my first pregnance is it cause of the pollop or have i lost my baby i have been and seen my doctore and he has told me have got to go get a vigina scan tomorrow but i cant help but worry
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replied November 18th, 2010
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A17158
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Well, the only way you can know for sure is get a transvaginal ultrasound. Either you have miscarried or it was a case of incomplete or even threatened abortion.. Your gynecologist is right is suggesting and ultrasound (vaginal as he said)> Take care!



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