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Pregnant. Have scanty blood discharge. Urinating clots. Abdominal cramps. Meaning?

im 4 weeks pregnant this my 4th pregnancy , last time i was pregnant was 6 years ago. i am having blood discharge but its scanty. everytime i urinate since 12hours ago there are few tiny clots of blood in the toilet. what is that suppose to mean? even before i learned that i am pregnant i feel lower back aches and very slight abdominal cramps .... which i still feel now? should this bother me?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Mild spotting or abdominal cramp is quite common in early week of pregnancy. However, blood clots or bloody discharge may be early sign of miscarriage.

Here, you need to undergo one TVS scan to reveal detailed picture of current conception. Kindly consult with your gynecologist regarding this.

Take healthy diet with folic acid supplements, avoid heavy work/ long journey, take adequate bed rest and maintain genital hygiene.

Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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Dentist Dr. Prachi Mishra's  Response
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blood discharge during pregnancy is not normal. you should consult a gynecologist for ultrasonography. avoid heavy weight, exercises and stressful works also take proper diet and include vitamins iron supplements and calcium in your diet . take bed rest for atleast 10 hours a day...
Answered: Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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