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Pregnant, brown discharge after sex, no cramps or blood. Help

Hi doctor. I am 10 wks pregnant and I have just had sex. When my partner pulled out there was an orangey, browny small piece of mucas on his penis . I have had a miscarriage before so I am very worried. We took it easy during sex. I don t have cramps or any blood . I had a scan at 8 weeks and the baby was fine and growing normally. Could you help me please? X
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

During pregnancy there will be increased blood supply to local organs. And when friction occurs during intercourse there is possibility of spotting.
And also there will be increased mucus discharge during intercourse, so when this spotting gets mixed with vaginal discharge that orange colored mucus might have formed.
If you do not have any pain abdomen, bleeding etc no need to worry.
As you are having history of miscarriage better to avoid intercourse in the first trimester(till 12 completed weeks).
Take care.

Answered: Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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