7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Suddenly i found slight amount of brown discharge in toilet so is there any chances of misscarriage n i m having pain in left side of lowerback corner

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Answer: Hello! Brown discharge or spotting is common during the first trimester of pregnancy. It is mainly due to the implantation of the embryo. But it might be due to some complications also, hence it is important to report to the doctor to take necessary steps. Take care
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    dolly gautam836 days ago

    Thanks neha

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