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    MADDY8207 posted:
    I TOOOK A HOME PRGNANCY TEST ON JAN. 16 AND IT WAS POSITIVE. I SHOULD BE ABOUT 6 WEEKS. I JUST USED THE BATHROOM AND NOTICED LIGHT PINK BLOOD WHEN I WIPED. I HAVE NO PAIN AT ALL. SHOULD I BE CONCERNED? AM I MISCARRYING?
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    frances03 responded:
    Hi I took a test on the Jan 17 and it was Positive (this is my fourth pregnancy. Yes it could be implantation bleeding as long as it is light pink and no pain than it is all good. it should stop anywhere from a couple of hour to a day or two.

    Good luck here if you need me.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to frances03's response:
    I wouldn't be implantation bleeding because if the OP got a positive pregnancy test, implantation has already happened.

    Spotting is common in early pregnancy and is usually no cause for alarm. If the bleeding becomes heavy and/or is accompanied by severe cramps, see your doctor ASAP.


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