First of all...CONGRATULATIONS!!!
(I read your first post...where you had thought you had miscarried...and my heart's just glowing for you.)
On to business:
I'm afraid I don't know much about amniotic sacs detaching...I'm afraid I'm prone to another, placental abrubtions; where the placenta pulls away from the uterus. While I could give you chapter and verse on THAT, that's not your issue...but you have my fist raised to the sky with you.
After years of bleeding/cramps/bloating/fumbling with pads/ then a kajillion tampons/not to mention having to sit through countless moronic lectures as an adolescent/and pounds upon pounds of pregnancy books later on... and it's like,"What?!?" staring at my abdomen in the general direction of my uterus "You weren't LISTENING???"
::sigh:: Hang in there girlfriend.
2 questions and a comment:
Q1) I saw in your response is that your Doc had said it looked like your sac had reattached. Is that correct/still the case?
Q2)Have you talked with your Doc or their nurse to find out more about this condition?
2cents) If you haven't, call 'em up and make a sanity appointment. They're used to them, believe me!! (I believe the phraseology for making the appt. is "Questions & Concerns". Either make up a list and bring it (with every question you could possibly think of) and hand it over to them when they walk into the room...or just tell them when you walk in the door that you want to know everything about it and everything you can do and shouldn't do. What's likely, what's unlikely, and what their experience is. If you've got a good team, you should leave feeling strong. Not necessarily happy, but strong. If you leave feeling happy, know you just got a great bonus.
Peace (and may the next 10 posters all say, "Oh yeah, BTDT, no problemo!"),