Answer: Hi dear, a bit of brown Discharge is normal as basically it's an old blood that has accumulated during implantation that comes out along with the white discharge. Thats why its brownish in color Bcoz it is old blood fresh blood is always red or bright red in colour. So I don't think it is anything to worry till the time it is coming in normal flow. Take care!
Answer: Hi..little spotting and brown discharge during pregnancy, is normal, therefore, do not worry. Keep yourself hydrated, drink lot of water and juices. Also, whenever next you will visit your gynaecologist, then inform her about it.
Answer: No it's not safe consult your doctor
Answer: No , dont avoid it go to the doctor
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Answer: Brown blood is old blood from previous periods but dear every type of bleeding require immediate medical attention. Although its considered not so harmful as bright red or pink bleedings but that doesnt knock out the risk of bleeding.
Visit doctor immediately let them see and give you supportive injections or tablets. Dont delay
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Answer: Hello! About 25 percent of pregnant women are estimated to experience spotting during their first 12 weeks of pregnancy.Spotting during the first trimester may be attributed to implantation bleeding..usually its nothing to worry about.
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