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lost and confused Jaylynns.mommy1119 Japan 3 posts
1st Jun '13

I found out I was pregnant at 4 weeks. Well when I finally got to see my doctor well nurse for confirmation at 7 weeks. The nurse told me I had s negative test and I probably had an early miscarriage. I went through that alone. I started having my periods right after that but they are very light and short. Last week I started feeling like a spasm in my belly I would of Bern 11 weeks or so. I googled spasms and then didn't think because it wasn't important. Now I started feeling them all the time mostly when I'm still n laying down. They feel like the flutters I had when I was pregnant I withi a my daughter. I am very scared and nervous. I have no body to talk to about this. And on not pregnant again as I haven't had sex since when I got pregnant. Please help me understand.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15213 posts
1st Jun '13

You wouldn't feel kicks at 11 weeks.



It could be muscle spasms, gas, etc.

Jaylynns.mommy1119 Japan 3 posts
1st Jun '13

Sorry if things are misspelled. I'm on a phone and it showed only half what I was writing. Thank you.

Jaylynns.mommy1119 Japan 3 posts
1st Jun '13

That's what I thought but something is off. I thought it was muscle spasms but it started happening every night now. Think I'm just going to call and make an appointment.

Jammie Hunt 49 kids; Belmont, North Carolina 8 posts
10th Jun '13

Make an appointment. The first time I felt my daughter she was just 12 weeks and everyone said that I couldn't have been feeling her. It wasn't continuous like what you are talking about but if I was extremely still I might feel it once or twice a day. Either way that same feeling just got stronger and stronger and more and more frequent. It happened during an ultra sound one day, while I wasn't looking at the screen, and I said "wow she is feisty!" The nurse asked me if I had just felt her move and said she had just stretched. She was very surprised. My daughter could also pick her head up to look around within a few minutes of being born, so I think she was really strong from the get go. She is also walking now at only 9 months. I'm not saying you didn't M/C. I lost three, and never felt any of them move even though I was over 12 weeks. But either way I would make an appointment if I were you.