6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 5.6 weeks...light brown discharg...jus a wip..wats dat

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Answer: If your cervix is irritatedduring pregnancy, it may cause somebrownish-pink discharge. This can happen at any point during your pregnancy. It may be caused by sex, a cervical check by your doctor, or an infection.you should talk to your doctor.
Answer: It could be implantation bleeding or old collected blood. Don't ignore any kind of bleeding or spotting during pregnancy and consult doctor on immediate basis.
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    Monica Chawla1277 days ago


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