I've been gettin a slight browny pink discharge for past week and ill be 8wks tom... ive been told very common as implantation or old blood. As long as not bright red and alot i would say its fine but if your like me and a abit of a worrier i suggest you just give your early preg unit a call to be on the safe side and im sure thed put your mind at rest. Good luck hunni :)
I have noticed a lot of us on here are spotting quite frequently. I have been and had cramps too, i went to the early pregnancy unit and all was well, i even saw baby's heart beating. I am still spotting now. If you are having heavy red blood than i would go to A&E.
Yea its normal I'm doing the same.....I was very concern to because this is my first as well but the doc said it was normal just not heavy bleeding.....goodluck..yea I have cramps as well so u should b ok
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