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    Pregnant with an important question...
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    rarepinkrose posted:
    so im about 7 weeks pregnant and this is the longest i've carried. i miscarried about 9 months ago and i was only 5 weeks. just today i started having some brown discharge that i didn't have before ( with the miscarriage i just started bleeding heavily)...so i guess my question is... what can this be?!
     
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    jennjeff12 responded:
    Well I have heard that women can get their period when they are pregnant and time I have had brown discharge my doctor has said that it is left over from your last cycle. But, since you are pregnant I would suggest seeing your doctor just to be on the safe side. Better to be safe than sorry Good luck to you


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