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    Jonathanwill posted:
    My wife just called me for work. She just entered the 2nd trimester and she's having spotting with tissue thats bright red. She just had a sonagram today and everything seems fine. Is this normal or okay?
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    Jonathanwill responded:
    She called me from work (she's very worried and I'm just looking for something to tell her about the "bright red thin tissue" she's seeing.


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