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My wife said she was spotting today when she wiped and it was brownish.. is this serious? She is about 2
weeks pregnant and she is 21. We are going to see a doctor I just wanted to see if things like this have happened before.
Thank you
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It could just be her body cleaning out.
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I found out I was pregnant when I was 3 weeks. I had Spotting / Bleeding for about a day every other week. I had no cramps. I would go to the bathroom and wipe and saw it..
Some women it's normal. But always best to get checked Incase it's something else.
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It's normal to have some spotting or bleeding in the first trimester I had some bleeding in my first trimester but I am having twins
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Spotting may or may not be normal during pregnancy. It varies from person to person. Some may spot or even bleed from time to time through their pregnancy and never have any threat of miscarriage. For some, spotting may mean a miscarriage.

I had spotted in the first trimester with my second pregnancy maybe once a day for exactly three days and it turned out to be a miscarriage. With my first and third pregnancies (I have two kids now), I did not spot or bleed AT ALL, and that is what's normal for ME. So, it totally depends.

Wish you all the best!
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I had spotting during this pregnancy I'm no 29 weeks at the stage of pregnancy she's at it's normal and as it's brown it's old blood so it would highly likely to be implantation blood.
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