12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am having some thick brownish discharge little bit from last night... Is that normal... No bleeding but yes brownish discharge...i am in 9th week of pregnancy

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Answer: in most cases, it’s completely harmless. The most common cause is irritation: the surge of hormones and increased blood flow to the cervix can make it super-sensitive when you’re expecting. So sometimes, sexual intercourse or a pelvic exam can aggravate your cervix, resulting in a bit of brown discharge or even light spotting.
Answer: Hi.. Dear light bleeding, spotting, brown discharge is common, specially during first trimester, this is no cause of alarm.
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