This is my first time being pregnant i am 5 weeks my stomache has been cramping alot on and off feeling like period cramps but not as bad and this has been goin frm about 3 weeks ago up until yesterday i started bleeding yester afternoon but it wasnt heavy i had just gotten into the shower and wjen i was clean my vagina ther was light blood on the rag so i wore a pad and tampon when i got out am hour or two after that i came home and had to pee when i pee there was a clot that came out into the toilet it wasnt huge but it was a little biggan my usual cycle xlts i couldnt tell if i had a miscarriage or not because this is my first time and after the clot came out in thebtoilet i havent been bleeding anymore but when i wipe its like pinkinsh rediah brownish lookin
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