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Early pregnancy, have brownish discharge on wiping. Taken hcg shot, history of miscarriage. Alarming?

i am 6 weeks pregnant and when i was 5 week 3 days i started having pinkish/brownish/orangish discharge . the amount is very small... i doesn t stain my underware just that i saw it when i wiped wih a toilet paper. i was given a hcg 0000 shot 2 days back. and after 1 day of the shot the discharge became milky white in color with white tissue kind of substance in it. this morning i again noticed the discharge became yellowish. i had two miscarriages. i am worried. please help.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for your question
Your 6 weeks pregnant and having vaginal discharge ,changing colour from pinkish to milky.
You have history of two miscarriages and you have taken Inj HCG 1000 i/u.
The vaginal discharge during pregnancy is normal thing,
It is due to various hormonal changes during pregnancy,
The inj HCG is given to you to prevent any miscarriage this time, as HCG deficiency is a known cause for miscarriage.
Hope I answered your question
Answered: Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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