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Bloated stomach, gas, pregnant, clumpy light pink discharge, miscarriage, low anxiety. Baby in danger?

I am 8 weeks pregnant . Just took an early morning pee and had huge episode where my stomach waa bloated and full of gas. I empty my bowels wiped and had a clumpy light pink discharge on the tissue . I just lost my daughter last Nov 5 months into my pregnancy. I have very low anxiety now with this pregnancy because of it, what should I do? Is my baby in danger?
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dear jessica,

It should be a normal event according to your history.where did that pink discharge come? is that from your anus or vagina.even it is from vagina it may be normal.but there may be little risk also. however we can not do much practically in that kind of cases.I feel your baby is not in danger.So don't bent be panic.hope you can understand and get the answer.
Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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