8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Why sometimes light brown discharge is seeing is this common?

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Answer: brown discharge or any discharge is common during pregnancy but after seeing this once consult ir doctor.. they will study ur physical condition according to that ur doctor will guide.. hope for u the best.. god will bless u with a healthy baby ..take care
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