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    Hi Ladies,

    Sorry if this is TMI but my DR's office is closed until Tuesday morning and I don't know what to do.

    It's monday morning. When I got up this I noticed that I was bleeding bright red with a few little clots. I have bled on and off through my whole pregnancy and the DR put it down to a sensitive cervix at week 18. I am now 27 weeks. I have had very little bleeding between 18 and 27 weeks. I came to work (an hour drive from home) as I figured it was just one of those things that would go away like it usually does but its not.

    I just stood up and I could actually feel it coming out. I ran to the washroom and I have already gone through a liner. I have never had it like this before and I have never had the clotting before either.

    What should I do? I don't want to panic and drive all the way home and wait in the hospital which is were I would have to go for them to say it's nothing but what the DR already said. But I also don't want to dismiss it as nothing and then something happen.

    Please advise what you would do.

    Eric 5/31/05

    Isaac 9/11/07

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    My best advice is to go to L & D since your dr's office is closed. It's always better to be safe then sorry and take care of your concerns. The stress won't help the situation. I know what it's like to drive an hr to your job everyday and I prefer to go to the hospital I plan on delivering instead of the small town hospital where I work.

    The decision is yours but I think going to L & D is an option you should consider. Let us know how you're doing.
    Kim (dx PCOS) - 31/DH - 34
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    Hey there! I am sorry you are going through this. It is probably not serious. That being said. I would RUN to the hospital. Go to labor and delivery. THey have to see you there. That way you dont have to wait in the ER. As i said about it being nothing,,,, IF something were going on you would feel HORRIBLE about not going. HUGE hugs and keep us updated okay!
    Mommy to Kaelyn 11/22/2002--My little sweetie!
    My Wild mamma!--Carlee Grace 05/31/05

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    I agree that you should go to L & D. You and your lil one are in my prayers. Please let us know how you are doing!


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    I have no advice for you except to second the others regarding going to L & D. Just to put your mind at rest.

    Let us know how it goes.

    Love Grainne
    Me 46, TCC # 1 for 7 years.
    1st DE IVF 10/01/04 BFP,
    1st Beta 10/13/04 278, 2nd Beta 10/15/04 947

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