My wife just found she is pregnant about 6 weeks. Currently she have dark brown spotting for more than 7 days, along with a little blood sometimes. I went to the hospital and they said they need to monitor by HCG's but also that I have to take UTI. I have taken both HCG & UTI , both results are normal as of now .
She does not have any seviour cramping & heavy blood loss. Now she is worried more about the discharge.I don't know if this is something serious or not and because it's so early the doctor said she can't tell me much at this stage (6 weeks)
I guess in this stage, the best thing she can do is to lay down on her back and have a rest and never b stressed or afraid.
I know a friend of mine, each time she got pregnant she sees some blood, and her pregnancy went normal.
I guess every woman has different behavior concerning pregnancy..
hope everything will be OK
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