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Brown discharge, bleeding, cramping, nausea. Negative pregnancy test

Hi, since last saturday I have been getting brown discharge and spotting, and yesterday i started bleeding but it is still brown and light in colour. I am experiencing cramping and nausea . I have had brown blood before but normally before my proper period comes but it still has not turned red and normal. I did a pregnancy test yesterday but it was negative.
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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You did not say if you missed a period or are due for a period now. Home pregnancy test can read well when performed 3-7 days after a missed period with a fresh early morning sample. You may repeat the test after a couple of days or for a better confirmation in the current scenario, go for the estimation of the serum beta-hCG titres. If pregnancy can be excluded, hormonal imbalance must be suspected and appropriate treatment must be ensued after proper investigation. Please see a specialist for further help. Take care.
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