My first pregnancy ended in miscarriage at 7 weeks in October of '08. I am now 10 weeks pregnant and everything has been going well. At least I thought it was. I had a colposcopy and biopsy last week. Three days later, I started spotting, freaked out and called my doctor. He said not to worry, it's normal after a biopsy. This morning, a day after the spotting started, I passed a fairly large amount of tissue. It was yellow-ish brown and looked like gauze or wet napkin but it is definitely tissue. I saved it to take into the doctor tomorrow, but I am so scared that I might be losing this baby I was hoping someone out there may know if this is normal. I am not bleeding much and I have some discomfort in my lower abdomen and back, but not much different than I was already feeling before the colposcopy.
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