6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 6 week pregnant but today blooding come at the time passing urine and noo pain in me stomach what its mean

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Answer: I do not worry this could be implantation bleeding which happens when fertilized egg in plants is sent to the lining of the uterus but to be on the safer side it is advisable to consult to the doctor and till then try it a good rest
Answer: Its always best to see the doctor if it happens again
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