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    makkmillion posted:
    I'm 20 years old and 5 weeks pregnant. I have been having some brownish-pinkish mucousy discharge today. Not too much, but enough to concern me. This is my first pregnancy, so I'm not sure what to expect! Any thoughts??
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Extra discharge is common during pregnancy. Spotting is also common so you should be fine.
     
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    Mrsdeez07 responded:
    Did u contact ur dr to let them know? Not to scare u but I had the same thing a month ago and was told it was normal but they had me do blood work and it was a chemical pregnancy which means I miscarried before my 6th week.


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