I'm 8weeks now with our first! so excited!!! 2 days ago I noticed some blood on my underwear and a pinkish discharge.. my ob said it was ok and nothing to worry about since my ultrasound last week was fine.. still being my first pregnancy I'm worried and still have some spotting and pinkish discharge .. is this normal?? or should I b worried?
I've heard its normal. I myself am having some brown sporting today so I know how scary it is! I made a deal with myself that if it didn't calm down in an hour I would go to emerge. Luckily, it has slowed and only there when I wipe now. No cramping, I'm terrified of mc. Good luck to you. I'm 6 Weeks btw
I have had some brown spotting and right now some pink spotting that comes and goes. I saw the nurse yesterday and she said its fine and it is very common. I'm not cramping. If I was cramping worse then period like cramps that is when we need to worry.
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