15 September 2008

urgent prayer request~

Will you guys please pray for me, and our baby. I have been feeling really sick (which is a good sign) and had an ultrasound with a heartbeat last Wednesday, but as I stood up from dinner tonight, I had a huge gush of blood. I wouldn't say I'm cramping, but do feel slightly crampy now. I am still bleeding. I've never miscarried before, and never had any real bleeding during pregnancy, so I'm not sure what to think. Do I call the doctor? Is there something I can or should do other than lie down?

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Anonymous said...

{{{Hugs and prayers}}} I will be uplifting you in my prayers. I've experienced a gush of blood which was diagnosed as a sub-chorionic bleed and was put on bedrest for many weeks. I did go on to deliver a healthy baby. I've also experienced the early miscarriage, as well as late 2nd trimester losses. I'm not a doctor but I believe in God having our lives already planned and He is with you. I will be praying overall for your peace during this uncertainty and for the Lord to speak to you and let you know what you should do. Rest in His word!

Praying for you and your baby,

Patti and Audrey said...

I also had some first trimester bleeding and everything turned out alright. I know that sounds trite, but I just wanted to give what little encouragement I could. We are praying for you for sure.

Rachel Wilson said...

CALL THE DOCTOR WOMAN! You are not only talking about the health of your baby but yours also. I know you are not the doctor goer but CALL HER NOW!

just some friendly advice from someone who loves you.

Heather said...

I hope everything is going ok...I am thinking about and praying for you.

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to stop by again tonight and let you know that I am still praying for you and your baby.


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