So I'm 6 weeks, a few days less. I had sex about 3 or 4 days ago, and just yesterday I noticed my discharge is now a brown color. It looks like the ending of my menstrual period. I've been having very mild cramps, but now they're becoming more frequent but still not really painful at all. I've been to the E.R, had a pelvic exam, pelvic ultrasound, and an ordinary ultrasound, had my blood drawn, and I guess everything so far is how it should be. Although they did tell me it was still really early to tell. So my question is, are these signs of miscarrying, should I be worried? Because my discharge is still brown and it's the 2nd day. So even though the doctors said everything seemed okay, they still said it was really early, so is it looking bad for me and my pregnancy?
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replied January 23rd, 2009
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This can be normal symptoms in some early pregnancies. Please follow up with your OB.
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replied March 31st, 2009
I had a brown spotting at around 6-7wks of pregnancy too. I had an ultrasound and my OB said everything is OK. However, I was still advised to do bed rest and take duphaston tablets. I followed all her advises. On my 11th week i had a spotting again and it occurs every 2 days and more visible in the morning. I decided to go to the ER and when they check my baby's heartbeat, it can't be detected anymore. I had transvaginal utz, no cardiac movement too. My OB said I had a missed abortion.

My advise, if your spotting comes and goes and associated of cramps and lower back pain, you should visit your OB often.
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replied July 10th, 2010
Im 7 weeks delayed. I've never missed my period every month, although PT results still negative. My OB gave me duphaston( 3xa day for 3 days) and folic acid (1xday for 20 days).
I have brown spot yesterday, does this means that i'll be having my monthly period? i'll be having my schedule for ultrasound next week.
I'm really confused since this will be my 1st pregnancy if ever.
Please advise. Thanks!
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