@lizm1234 Please don't go to the ER for bleeding. They're not equipped to diagnose whether or not it's a MC, and often times will add more anxiety rather than give you answers. I would call your OB on call line and tell them and ask them what to do. Spotting doesn't mean a loss by default. When I had some spotting in my first pregnancy, they just had me keep an eye on it and update them if it became red and heavy. Thankfully it never did. There's a lot going on in a pregnancy that can cause spotting. Hang in there! I'll hope for the best for you!
@lizm1234 I agree with @shamrocandroll that the ER is not really helpful for spotting in pregnancy. Spotting can be very normal, if you really are concerned call the OB and they can order labs or an ultrasound if they think it is needed. I'm glad you have an appointment tomorrow, make sure to mention it. FWIW I had spotting with both pregnancies, with DD it was how you described around 5 weeks and everything was fine. With my first pregnancy it was much later on (10weeks) and it was the start of my mc, but I was able to get in for an ultrasound with the OB 2 days after the spotting started to confirm what was going on.@c25 I'm sorry, I hope you are able to get in soon and there is some explanation for the bleeding.
@gomillis I'm not a doctor, but in my last 2 pregnancies I would sometimes spot after sex, and I *think* I have from vomiting as well, but I don't exactly recall. My OB said there is so much more blood while your pregnant, and things that can irritate your cervix can cause it to bleed. If you were actively vomiting/or having frequent BM I wouldn't be surprised if it could just be your cervix getting irritated? I hope it stops for you soon!
Me: 30 | H: 30
MMC: 6/2017 (10w5d)DS: May 2018TTC #2
BFP: 9/1/19 EDD: 5/14/20