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    Is this normal?
    Manders942 posted:
    Okay I am almost 26 weeks pregnant and last night my husband and I had sex and I have 2 small dots of blood when I went to the bathroom, they were really small, like the end of a toothpick, I didn't have any cramping or any more blood after that so I wasn't worried. Well today I have discharge, I got it earlier in my pregnancy but it went away and it came back today, it's about the same about maybe a little more...I still have no cramping or bleeding....should I be worried or is this normal?
    Anon_167186 responded:
    wouldnt worry too much, spotting a little after sex is completely normal, and also i would not be concerned about the discharge, your discharge does increase during pregnancy. As long as your not having heavy bleeding or cramping i would not be concerned at all
    Manders942 replied to Anon_167186's response:
    okay thanks, it went away and no more spotting....just the baby kicking the crap out of me now!! lol

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