7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 6 n half weeks pregnant.since last 5days i found some brown bloody discharge and it smells like normal white discharge..m worried too much about it..it goes not in heavy quantity rather less..is it any risk for the baby?i also visit doctor when i first saw it and he did tvs but didnot get the heartbeat of the baby and then i was 5 weeks 5days..he called me after 2weeks...but my health is not good..i vomit and i cant eat anything but before when i knew it m pregnant i could eat everything...m so much afraid plzz help me and advice me..has it any risk?

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Answer: Dear take care of yourself Take some medicine from ur doctor for vomiting and eat may be less in proportion but eat and go for ultrasound there can be a problem or sometime this discharge is due to implantation. Do not stress ur self. Just think positive Ur stress can affect your baby so try to be calm and stressfree
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    Reshma Habib96 days ago

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