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    An_248114 posted:
    I am 2 months pregnant and the last 3 times I used the bathroom the water in the toilet was stained red. I have been cramping for about a week. Because of medical reasons I am scheduled to have this terminated next week so should I see if this continues a little longer before going to the hospital or should I go right now?
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    mrsnobodysgirl responded:
    you may want to go no the baby my already have lost its heart beat and you may have to get a DNC


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