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First pregnancy

Discussion in 'Pregnancy & Gynecological Issues' started by Elzic, Feb 12, 2016.

  1. Elzic

    Elzic Newbie

    I found out I'm pregnant a little while ago and I'm now about six weeks along. It's really scary because I've had spotting and cramping and now I'm having a weird vary mild stabbing pain in my abdomen about belly button area. I have insurance but I haven't met the deductible yet and I can't afford to run. To the doctor every week but I'm also have yellow discharge often sometimes tinged with pink. They did an ultrasound last week and it was intrauterine by I'm worried I could have a yeast infection. I don't want it to hurt he baby but I'm afraid it will cost to much to see the ob. Is there another way to treat it? Please pray for us.
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  2. JAM2b

    JAM2b Newbie

    United States
    Yeast infection discharge is not usually yellow. The yellow appearance can be because of blood mixed with discharge or a bacterial infection. I have heard of some women spotting or menstruating during pregnancy, but I believe it is rare.

    I think you should at least call your dr and see if they think it is urgent.
  3. HarvestTheFields

    HarvestTheFields Great White North

    United States
    As JAM2b said, I think it would be a good idea to ask your doctor. My sister, who is a pregnant nurse, thinks you might have an infection (Trichomonas, Chlamydia, or Gonorrhea, etc). It would be relatively cheap to treat (compared to surgery).

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  4. mariahcarey

    mariahcarey New Member

    Consult to a good doctor, though it does not sound that dangerous. Little bit of spotting happens sometime during pregnancy as well.
  5. elladig46

    elladig46 New Member

    Oriental Orthodox
    I think it's quite normal. Anyway, it's better to consult the doctor in order to calm yourself down. I don't know a lot about pregnancy, but I'm planning to become a mother and reading a lot of articles about pregnancy. Maybe it will be helpful for you too. Check it out: http://motherhow.com/4-months-pregnant/