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    Brown Cervical Mucus at 6 weeks pregnant
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    An_246223 posted:
    I am 6 weeks pregnant, and I've noticed that I have been having very small amounts of brown cm accompanied with some cramping. The cramping is not painful, just uncomfortable, and annoying. Has anyone experienced this, and should I be worried?
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    Bradynsmommy responded:
    From what I remember when I was pregnant brown blood is a good sign. It's old blood. Cramping is normal early on also. If the blood was bright red it would be a concern.


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