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Reddish vaginal discharge during pregnancy. Is this normal?

Hi I am 11 weeks and 5 days pregnant. This is my second pregnancy, for the past 4 days every time i go to the toilet -after i pass urine and wipe i have a dark red discharge , this only occurs when I go to the toilet. I contacted the midwife who said its normal but that was 2 days ago...this did not occur in my first pregnancy so am felling anxious. I have had morning sickness quite badly in weeks, 7,8,9 and 10 and only this week feel much better and not bloated. Please advise if i should be alarmed. Our first scan is Tuesday 6th November. thank you. Mrs Virdi
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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RED DISCHARGE during pregnancy, is definetely NOT to be overlooked. Consult your OBGYN doctor to confirm the viability of the baby. it can be done with simpler ultrasound monitoring. Do have checkup immediately
Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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