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6 positive tests, what cause the weird discharge.

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Hi, My LMP was on 12Jun, I'vedone 6 home pregnancy test since July, the latest was on 30July. All of them are positive. But since 2 weeks ago I've experienced this brownish/dark/tan or somewhat clear stringy vaginal discharge alternately, but none of them are dripping,only when I urinate,I somehow able to pull them.I don'thave discomfort when urinating,just a minor low abdominal pain and sometimes it feels like it only hurt on my right side. When I see the doc on30July,he scanned me and couldn'tfind any yolk sac or amniotic fluid. Today on 11Aug I see different doc and he did a scan(insert inside my vagina)and he is able to see the amniotic fluid but no yolk sac. He seems surprised,because he said I am supposed to be 8 weeks by today and it''s not normal to not be able to see any yolk sac by 8weeks,unless Miscalculate and I am actually 5 or 4 weeks only. For the record, I got with my husband on 27 jun and 1 july. I am so worried what cause the weird discharge.my first pregnancy was ok


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replied August 13th, 2012
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A37963
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. There’s a possibility that you might be having an ectopic pregnancy as there’s no visible yolk sac in the ultrasound. It makes sense to consult an obstetrician and get the same ruled out. By 8 weeks, the yolk sac is definitely visible. Another possibility is a molar pregnancy. Molar pregnancy is an abnormal form of pregnancy, in which a non-viable, fertilized egg implants in the uterus, thus converting normal pregnancy process into pathological one. This situation arises when an empty egg with no nucleus is fertilized by a normal sperm. The treatment is done by either suction & evacuation or by surgical curettage. In case, the molar pregnancy is confirmed, then a pregnancy should be avoided for at least one year. More than 80% of hydatidiform moles are benign. The outcome after treatment is usually very good. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.


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