I've been bleeding pretty heavily for the last three weeks. When I first started bleeding, I thought I was just getting my period, but by the second day, I knew it wasn't any normal period. Having had a miscarriage before, I recognized the symptoms. So, I took a pregnancy test. It was positive. I called my doctor, and told them what was going on. They said there wasnt anything they could do about it, and to wait until the bleeding stops and call them back. Well, it's been three weeks now, and the situation is getting worse. I've been experiencing some crazy intense cramps. And in the last few days, I've developed a sharp, persistent pain on the left side of my lower abdomen. It hurts so bad that I can barely walk. I can't even hold my little girl. I'm starting to worry that I might be having an ectopic pregnancy. I finally got my doctor's office to schedule me an appointment for Monday. But that means I have to be in some major pain all weekend. If it is ectopic, I feel like it would be dangerous to wait all weekend. My drs office seems to think that I don't know what I'm talking about though. Has anyone else had a similar situation? can someone tell me what an ectopic pregnancy feels like?
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