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Pregnant, had pink blood discharge, lower abdominal pain, brownish blood discharge next day. Miscarriage?

I am 5 week pregnant. this is my first baby.My first day of your last menstrual period was 2nd October 2012 and on 5th November i saw pink blood while wiping my vagina with tissue . on 6th november brown colour blood when i wipe with a tissue. and on 7th november after a long walk i had too much lower abdominal pain and after a while i saw brownish blood. does it mean miscarriage?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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HELLO THERE.

YES IT COULD BE A MISCARRIAGE OR A RISK OF MISCARRIAGE.
THESE PRESENT WITH ABDOMINAL PAIN, BLEEDING IN THE FORM OF SPOTTING, BROWN DISCHARGE OR FRANK RED BLEEDING.

THE OTHER POSSIBILITY CAN BE AN ECTOPIC PREGNANCY. THIS IS WHEN PREGNANCY DOES NOT OCCUR IN UTERUS BUT ELSEWHERE OUTSIDE THE UTERUS EITHER IN TUBES OR OVARIES.
THIS KIND OF PREGNANCY PRESENTS WITH VAGINAL BLEEDING, SPOTTING, ABDOMINAL PAIN, FAINTING ATTACKS.

YOU NEED TO GET AN ULTRASOUND WHICH WILL HELP RULE OUT BOTH THESE POSSIBILITIES.
THOUGH IT IS DIFFICULT TO LOCALIZE PREGNANCY ON ULTRASOUND SO EARLY BUT A TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND WOULD HELP.

KINDLY CONSULT A GYNECOLOGIST SOON.

TAKE CARE.
Answered: Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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