What to look for
There is a period of about 2 weeks where if there are no signs of distress with the surviving baby then this “bleeding” in laymen’s terms, most likely did not happen. You should feel confident that your baby should be OK. Nothing will take away your fears completely until you deliver and the pregnancy is finally over and you hear your baby crying.
But, let this give you a true understanding of hope that he or she will be just fine. You should also be getting blood work done to make sure your blood clotting mechanisms are working correctly within your own blood supply. This is a small risk, but one that should not be ignored.