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is it normal

Im 9 weeks pregnant ive been bleeding for 4 days now but dont have any pain, but when I use the restroom I see bloody mucus like things in the toilet. I want to know is this normal or am i having a miscarrige?
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Hi!
If you were my patient, I would want you to call me and I would get you in for an ultrasound right away. I would want to check the fetal heart rate to be sure you haven't lost the baby.  It is likely to be a mild subchorionic hemorrhage which is like a bruise between the wall of the uterus and the membranes, and in most cases will heal uneventfully.
Good luck!
Dr B
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so sorry to heard that but I think u should go to the ER asp :-(
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:( dosnt sound normal, when i was 4 weeks pregnant i started to bleed but it was liquid and brown ish just for 2 days and it was a little, they told me at the hospital it was normal but i couldnt do anything for 2 months now im 7 months preggo, i really think you should go to the hospital asap,. really wish you the best much love
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Sry to hear that you need to go to er as soon as possible. Try to bed rest
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