6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 5 and a half weeks pregnant. I had breast soreness at the end of week 4. I still have it but it's a lot less than it was before. I don't even have nausea or morning sickness yet. I'm a little worried, especially because I had a little brownish sticky, string like discharge on Tuesday. Any suggestions?

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Answer: It's completely normal..no need to worry .
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