13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I am 12 weeks pregnant and 2 says before I found 2-3 drops brownish spotting. Is this harmful?

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Answer: if a spotting occurs along with abdominal cramps u should consult doctor. but anyways in any case if ajy doubt u should always consult with ur doctor.
Answer: This is something u need assurance from your gun after an ultrasound.. Consult ur gyn..dont worry, Its common in many but we shouldnt take chances no!
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