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Question: Hi I am 7 weeks pregnant, today morning I got thick brown discharge, Is it something to worry about
Spotting is light bleeding from your vagina. It's similar to a period, but much lighter in flow. The colour of the blood can be anything from red to brown. In the early weeks of pregnancy, a little spotting or bleeding is very common.yu don't have to worry until yu have heavy period like flow with red fresh blood
When i was 7 weeks pregnant at that time I also noticed some brownish discharge coming out, as usual started panicking. But I went to doctor, she took a scan, and my baby was fine. I have seen in most of the cases ladies use to get spotting during 5-6th week. this is because of the hormonal changes that is happening inside you, and also your uterus is expanding now. Don't panic until you see some bright red blood coming out. Enjoy each and every moment of these wonderful days. My best wishes for you :)
Question: I am 4-5 week pregnant and today i just got brown discharge. Is it sometime to be worried about?
Answer: Hi Dear!
No bleeding or discharge is normal in pregnancy unless its white, however few women experience implantation bleeding when the fertilized egg gets attached to the wall ans it causes some pinkish spotting for maximum 1-2 days.
But if you are 4-5 weeks along implantation bleeding chances are less because it happens after 10 days of ovulation while periods occur after 14 days, so if i get bleeding after 22-25 days its implantation bleeding. (please note the days vary and depends on cycle)
In my opinion u should check it with your Dr. as soon as you can and find out the underlying reason and start medicine if needed..
Question: I just started my 6th week today and had brown stringy discharge once or two times is it ok..or have to worry about it?
Answer: Most cases brown discharge does not mean something is wrong with you and your baby
Usually the most common cause is irritation
Spotting can also be due to infections or hormonal imbalance
Always better to not to keep doubt in the mind so get yourself examined by a gynaecologist.