It has been 2 weeks since my last post. I have been a ball of anxiety and fear and just couldn’t focus to put my thoughts down and write a post. It was a crazy stressful few weeks but things seem to be getting a little calmer now. I hope it only gets easier or less eventful from here. Last Saturday after days of spotting and then increasing cramping my clinic finally told me to go to the ER. I was so sure it was the end. I was a mess and thought it was all over. Thankfully they got me in fairly quickly and were very kind. The hubby was working but ended up meeting me right before they wheeled me in to get the ultrasound. It was perfect timing and I was so excited he could be there for our first ultrasound…good or bad. Luckily it was good….we saw one beautiful baby and heartbeat. I was almost 6 weeks. It made me feel better to see the baby and heartbeat but my release notes of “threatened abortion” didn’t make me feel entirely better.
I got a call from the clinic on Monday checking in on me. My Dr was out the week it happened which explained the lack of response when I was complaining about the spotting. They set me up with an early ultrasound on Wednesday. I was about 6 weeks 3 days and measured about 6 weeks and day. I seem to be measuring a few days behind still which they don’t seemed too concerned about. They found a hematoma (SCH) and she mentioned something about the placenta may have pulled away a little which caused the spotting. To be honest, I was so stressed that nothing she said really stuck. We did see a heartbeat which measured 115bpm. I was a little concerned about it being low but for 6 weeks she didn’t seem to think it was bad. I don’t think there will ever be a point I don’t find a reason to worry. I have not been put on bed rest and have not really been told to restrict activity. The spotting and cramping seem to be gone which have given me some comfort. But I know we are not out of the water and I am of course still worried about a possible loss. We will be going back in a week from tomorrow for another ultrasound and then possibly be released to the OB. Here’s the pic of our little one!