-Mackenzie- Due December 11 (twins); 1 child; Mississippi 55 posts
19th Jun '12

And...?...

Squeaky McGee [11 wks] Due May 7; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65284 posts
19th Jun '12
Quoting -Mackenzie-:" And...?..."


She's calling you out. If you missed your period 3 weeks ago, you wouldn't be 14 weeks along. She's bored. Ignore her.

-Mackenzie- Due December 11 (twins); 1 child; Mississippi 55 posts
19th Jun '12

Okay......

Squeaky McGee [11 wks] Due May 7; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65284 posts
19th Jun '12
Quoting -Mackenzie-:" Okay......"


How much bleeding are you having? I've asked a few times, but never got an answer. Is a small amount? Enough to fill a pad?

~*~ Nichole ~*~ 4 kids; Vancouver, Washington 11261 posts
19th Jun '12

OP I am sorry to hear that you are having problems now. When you go to ER it will be important to give them the correct due date, so they know what they should see on u/s.

-Mackenzie- Due December 11 (twins); 1 child; Mississippi 55 posts
19th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Squeaky McGee:</b>" How much bleeding are you having? I've asked a few times, but never got an answer. Is a small amount? Enough to fill a pad?"</blockquote>



Enough to fill a pad

Bethy-Poodles Due November 14 (boy); 2 kids; Prosser, Washington 5867 posts
19th Jun '12

I'm not calling her out without due cause. Actually a few other ladies beat me to it in the last post. I'm just making sure there's no unnecessary sympathy here. That's all. Miscarriages tend to be a sore subject for us lady's that actually have had them.

Squeaky McGee [11 wks] Due May 7; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65284 posts
19th Jun '12
Quoting -Mackenzie-:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Squeaky McGee:</b>" How much bleeding are you having? I've ... [snip!] ... asked a few times, but never got an answer. Is a small amount? Enough to fill a pad?"</blockquote> Enough to fill a pad"


Okay, in that case, go to the ER. I hope you're not having a miscarriage, but if you are, best of luck to you, hun. Keep us posted. Hugs.

Squeaky McGee [11 wks] Due May 7; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65284 posts
19th Jun '12
Quoting Bethy-poodles:" I'm not calling her out without due cause. Actually a few other ladies beat me to it in the last post. ... [snip!] ... no unnecessary sympathy here. That's all. Miscarriages tend to be a sore subject for us lady's that actually have had them. "


Yes, I am very well aware of that, and if she IS in fact having a miscarriage, you're being incredibly insensitive. This is not the time or the place for a call out. She's worried. Leave her alone.

Bethy-Poodles Due November 14 (boy); 2 kids; Prosser, Washington 5867 posts
19th Jun '12

Okies... She can have her fun on this post. On the last one she's been figured out.

M0Mof3 3 kids; Pennsylvania 1202 posts
19th Jun '12

I don't know what to think or believe on the whole debate thing but I hope everything turns out okay for you...miscarriages are extremely painful i've had three...so if you need to talk you definitely have a good support system here...hopefully though all is well

-Mackenzie- Due December 11 (twins); 1 child; Mississippi 55 posts
19th Jun '12

I just arrived I live like 5 minutes away from the hospital.

La~La 4 kids; Houston, Texas 22036 posts
19th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Katie Ellcey:</b>" Since your having twins it's totally possible that you might only loose one of them. I'd go to the ER ... [snip!] ... even miscarrying. Cramping is mostly normal and bleeding can be common. some women have periods through their whole pregnancy. "</blockquote>




You can not have a period while pregnant unless you have more than one uterus.

~*~ Nichole ~*~ 4 kids; Vancouver, Washington 11261 posts
19th Jun '12

For the ladies who wanted an update OP has made a new thread for updates, so I'm guessing she may not update this one?

-Mackenzie- Due December 11 (twins); 1 child; Mississippi 55 posts
19th Jun '12

I'm in the room and I gotta put mynphone up their about to do something I'll update later.