my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant .. We had intercourse and two days later i discharged like a watering clear substance .. Usually in the past every time ive gotten pregnant that has happened , wll two weeks late r I start crampin like im startin my period , but my period isnt due untill another week or so well, the cramping then a brownish discharge all day long when i wiped along with a little pinkish color the next day i felt a little better an the discharge started lighting up the third day i started crampin g so bad with no discharge feeling weak and with a very light light pink as I wipe ..Looks like it is going away , is this normal , could I have miscarried?
You would no if you miscarried. The pain is really horrible abd subtle. Although if you bleed heavily during preg you need to see a dr. Although small amounts eg spotting could be implantation. Good luck x
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