What to expect the last 12 weeks of pregnancy
A molar pregnancy means the formation of cysts in the uterus. It occurs due to abnormal development of the placenta, and is a major cause for miscarriage at this stage of the pregnancy. Hi Siobhan, congratulations of your pregnancy Brown discharge is evidence of old, not new.
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It is really normal to worry about things going wrong and if you don't have too many symptoms then associating this with a failing pregnancy.
The symptoms you do have though are normal at this stage of pregnancy and there is nothing to suggest from your post that you have anything symptom wise to worry about. I hope you can try and fill the next 9 days with distractions so it doesn't feel like an eternity.
12 Weeks Pregnant
Please call if you feel like a chat. Wishing you a healthy pregnancy Anna-Tommy's Midwives. Hi I just had a Miscarriage on February at 22 weeks dan on May found out I'm preg again now I'm 10 weeks and 5 days scared of another miscarriage. I am sorry to hear about your miscarriage in February. It is completely understandable that you are worried. If it would help you can call us here at Tommy's on We could discuss your very individual needs and help you through.
Hi, sorry me again. I'm 12 weeks plus 4 days, I had a scan on Friday, all was well. I have had two miscarriages in past year one at 12 weeks and one at 7 weeks. Yesterday I had brown streaks in my discharge but nothing overnight or since. I called the non-urgent midwife number on my notes and the midwife answered on labour ward?!
I have been offered an appointment with the GP today at 4: I thought they'd just make a referral over the phone so I was just wondering what might happen at the GP appt?
Or is it just part of procedure to refer me to the EPU? Thanks very much, I'm just trying to make myself aware of what to expect, my husband is away so I'll be going alone. Please do take good care of yourself- perhaps take a friend or relative along for support if you are concerned and your husband is away. Hi, I was 12 weeks on Friday 19th and we had our scan that day too.
It was amazing to see baby alive and well. I have had two miscarriages within the last year. Yesterday 22nd afternoon when I wiped there were a couple of brown streaks within my discharge. I have been really really worried but I've had nothing else since then.
Do you think I need to contact my midwife or take any action? The thought of another miscarriage is terrifying.
Hi Siobhan, congratulations of your pregnancy Brown discharge is evidence of old, not new. If you have no abdominal pain and no red or pink bleeding before or after this, then it is likely to be ok. If you are concerned about it though understandably, due to your history, then you can always be seen in your local early pregnancy assessment unit. Please take good care of yourself. I'm currently awaiting a call back from my GP.
Much appreciate your reassurance, fingers crossed all will be well. Questions from Dads to be When should I start taking folic acid? What sexual positions are best for getting pregnant? Is 35 too old to conceive? I think I got pregnant on a night when I was very drunk. However, steer clear of soft blue cheeses such as Gorgonzola and Roquefort unless cooked thoroughly. Add to pizzas, slice it over the top of lasagne or pasta dishes or serve cold with tomatoes and basil.
Get some fresh, crusty bread and dig in.
It has a very mild flavour so can be used in both savoury and sweet flavours for adding creaminess. Paneer This classic Indian cheese is often served in curry to add texture, or alongside spinach. Edam This Dutch cheese is mild and creamy so ideal for a quick cheese on toast snack.
Mini Edam cheeses such as Babybel make great snacks to keep you going through the day for you as well as your kids! Parmesan Harder cheeses tend to carry the lowest risk of listeria, so a very hard cheese such as Parmesan or pecorino is fine to eat in pregnancy.
Perfect for spreading on a baguette or mixing into a cheese sauce for added flavour.
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