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I have had a miscarriage. i have no cramps or no ordor.

hi, my last period was on the 21-23 in december i didnt have a period in january so i took a pregnacy test and one line was dark and the other light. so from that time i had light pink spotting til about two days ago now its brown with some clumps. i took another pregnacy test and it was negative. so im not sure whats going on i am nauseated and bloating period is never late. i am scared that i maight have had a miscarriage and not even knew that it was happening. besides i have no cramps or no ordor. please help me.
Asked On : Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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Most likely you are having a miscarriage. The conceptus will come out on its own with this brown discharge. There is nothing to worry. Light preg card line indicates a very early pregnancy or a non- viable foetus.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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