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I am 22 weeks and 1 day pregnant and when I went to the toilet earlier and saw that I was bleeding bright red blood. I have also been experiencing what I think is contractions. Has anyone else experienced this. If so what happened and what should I do?
I don't think bright red is supposed to be happening this far into your pregnancy. U may need o call your ob gyn like NOW and ask and if the are closed maybe the pediatrics can help and if not I would have to take at rip to the e.r to be sure that everything is ok with you and baby!! Good luck...
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