7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am in my sixth week and saw bright red bleeding at approx 12:30 am with pain in my stomache and increased urination and nausea

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Answer: Hello dear many pregnant women will have spotting or light bleeding in their early pregnancy..this is normal.. Don't worry.. But I suggest you to seek an advice from your doctor bcz you have stomach pain.. He might suggest you the best medications and bed rest..
Answer: go to doctor immediately
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