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Pregnant, bleeding brown and red blood. Ultrasound scan to be done. Causes?

hi im 5weeks and 2 days pregnant ive been bleeding 5days theres no pain what so ever and i havent passed any clots,the blood that is coimg out isnt enough to wearing a pad.the blood is coming out of me i can only see it when i wipe or if i put my fingers up and its somtimes brown and bright red.i had intercourse 5 days really scared about what it could be,im booked in for a scan next week which will make me 6weeks and 3days please help wht could it be?
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Many times it happens that post coital spotting during pregnancy subsides with rest. It is advised that intercourse be avoided during the first 3 months and last three months of pregnancy. In your case, an ultrasound scan should diagnose what the problem is, whether the pregnancy is in good condition and in normal position. Hope that everything will go well, as it happens most often. Since you have not passed any clots or pieces, there is every chance that the pregnancy is viable. Until your scan avoid all movement, take absolute bed rest and avoid stress. good luck.
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