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    An_217368 posted:
    I am 6 weeks and have some to very little spotting and and some pain in my lower belly what could that be...
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    jenfur79 responded:
    Its just the normal start to pregnancy. light to mild cramping is normal and so is some spotting. If it continues or gets worse call your Dr.
     
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    hopefuljan responded:
    I've read on numerous sites that this is normal but never be afraid to pay your OB a visit especially if you are worried. If nothing else, they can hopefully put your mind at ease!
     
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