7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mam little bit brown discharge i saw today ... I worried about it... Is their any serious to my baby ... Please rly

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Answer: hello dear, mild brownish discharge with mild pain is common in early pregnancy but if it persist for a longer period with sharp pain then I will suggest you to consult your gynecologist .
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    Bhagya Jaida233 days ago

    Ok thank u

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