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Dark brown discharge after chemical pregnancy

this is my 2nd ivf cycle, first chemical pregnancy at 5 weeks, i am 15 days post embryo transfer , had two embroyo transfer on teh 13/3/2012, since the 22/3/2012 i am having light to dark brown stringy discharge , did pregnancy test it was positive, it then settled for next two days, now again since the 26/3/2012 getting light brown (caramel) to dark brown spotting on panty liner and also when i wipe, settles towards the evening; did pregnancy test yesterday as well, it was positive. just need to ask you common cause of brown discharge.
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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As per medical literature you need not worry about the brownish discharge as it is due to the body trying to get rid of the extra blood in the cervix which was originally there to protect the developing embryo and is later not needed.Other causes are a vaginal sonogram,intercourse and genital HPV infection.Rarely it can be caused by ectopic pregnancy and miscarriages(you need not worry about this possibility as your pregnancy test is still positive)
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