hie i had a miscarrige on the 17th of september breast are itchy i have started my period today and its not normal because the blood is little and brownish in colour i am 22 years of age i have been married for 2 years now and ihavent had a baby yet
what could be the cause of the brown blood
Hi, do you have any pain?
I just started on thursday with pain like cramps, and yesterday I just had a miscarriage, it all started brown and then started being more like reddish and i just run into the emergency room with this horrible pain and while waiting I went to the restroom and I just saw in the toilet something like a small orange. I just had miscarried, they did ultrasounds and pregnancy test and It came out positive. this is my second miscarriage. Do a pregnancy test, so you can know what is going on. And don't be afraid to go to the emergency room. Good Luck! and God Bless YOu!
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