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Implantation Bleeding?

By Anonymous April 3, 2017 - 7:39am
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This is long story, but I need answers!

On January 3rd, I found out I was pregnant, but had been bleeding for a week, so I had a suspected miscarriage. At my early pregnancy scan, I was told that they couldn't see anything, and that it was a "Pregnancy of Unknown Location" and that my body would most likely reabsorb whatever "pregnancy" there was. My bloods were taken weekly and my hormone levels were falling. From the 9th of February until the 3rd March, I was bleeding steadily. On the 25th of Feb, I got a neg test. Throughout this time, I was still having unprotected sex with my boyfriend (gross, I know).

On the 29th of March, I started bleeding again, quite heavily with clots, and I thought it was my period because (assuming that month long bleed counted as a period) it was due. However, it only lasted 4 days. In the week coming up to that bleed, I was experiencing extremely sore boobs and a sore lower back.

Now that the bleeding has stopped, I'm still experiencing a sore back, but I feel completely fine otherwise. I intend to take a test sometime this week, but I was just wondering what this sounded like?

I don't know if my hormones are just unbalanced after the miscarriage, or whether this could be pregnancy, and any help would be appreciated.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to our community for help.

I am sorry to hear about your miscarriage.

You need to speak with your gynecologist about this bleeding, especially that it was heavy with clots. Considering what you have gone through since January, it is your physician who can best advise you, not me.

Please keep us updated,

April 3, 2017 - 8:12am
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