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    4w2d pregnant, nipple soreness abating and light pink discharge yesterday
    supin posted:
    Hello all! I just wanted to check in and see if anyone else has dealt with light pink discharge in early pregnancy that can help put my mind at ease for now? I haven't scheduled my first appointment yet but I did have a MMC at 8 weeks about 9 years ago and haven't tried to get pregnant again since until now, and having my last pregnancy experience end the way it did, the spotting, even though it is gone and hasn't comeback at all since yesterday, is enough to terrify me. DH and I tried for 6 months before we finally got a BFP on Friday morning so my hopes are very high. I had sore/sensitive nipples for a few days before I tested too, but today they seem much less-so. Frequent peeing seemed to be setting in, too, but I've also had a lot of water lately so I can't say 100% that I'm having more symptoms. Hoping my Dr can fit me in this week so I can get some answers!

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