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Had spotting then light periods, diarrhea. Pregnant. Miscarriage?

I am around 4-6 weeks pregnant. A few nights ago I started spotting and running a low fever, then yesterday the spotting turned into a light period. This morning I woke up with the bleeding the same, but now have diarrhea. Could I be having a miscarriage. If not, what should I do to help save the baby. This is my fourth pregnancy and I never did this with the other three.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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You say that you are 4-6 wks pregnant. Did you confirm your pregnancy. If not first confirm your pregnancy.
if your pregnancy is already confirmed Consult your gynecologist to rule out miscarriage and further treatment.
Your low grade fever and diarrhea are nothing to worry now.
You have already 3 children. if pregnancy is not confirmed or miscarriage is confirmed my advise is Family planning surgery.
Best wishes
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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