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Brown discharge at 4 weeks 4 days pregnant
Help, I've just discovered I am pregant - have taken 3 tests two four days ago and one this morning but now I'am getting a brown watery discharge? I was about 5 weeks pregnant earlier this year but then I lost it so I'am very worried - although last time I had cramps but this time no pain or red blood - does anyone know what this means? I am 37. Thanks
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i had this when i was pregnant. if its brown it could be old blood and nothing to worry about :)
if you do get cramps and start bleeding go to hosp.
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I'm 4w5d prego and I've been having short/minor cramps since day of conception, also I had brown/pinksish discharge at 3w4d and so far my beta numbers look very good. So, donot stress it is implantation bleeding.  Good luck and keep taking care of yourself!
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Thanks for your comment, the discharge stopped after 2 days so very pleased! Got a Doctors appointment tomorrow but I think I'am now nearly 6 weeks, will keep you posted!
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