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    An_267853 posted:
    The past couple of weeks I have been getting pains but its bearable then about 5 days ago I had light spotting then stopped I had it for probably about 3-4 hours. About 2 days ago I started clotting but no actual blood all day. I had a m/c January 2015 I was about 5weeks and when I was spotting I thought I was miscarriaging again but then like I said it stopped. I'm really hoping there is someone that can tell me if I am having another m/c or if it's somethings else.
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    An internet forum cannot tell you if you are having another miscarriage; sorry. It would be good to get this looked into medically.

    Gail


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