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    5 weeks pregnant, bleeding without cramps. Miscarriage?
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    vanessav024 posted:
    Last night I started bleeding (not spotting) red blood. almost like the first day of your period. not too much but not a small amount either. I've been bleeding less and less ever since, & blood is getting darker, like the last day of period. No clots or tissue, yet. No cramps or pain. I'm so confused! I don't know what is going on. I have a dr's appointment later today but the wait is torture! Has anyone went through this early on in pregnancy? Thanks.
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