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Pregnant, had red discharge several times during the day, diagnosed with erosion at the uterine mouth, later no discharge. Suggestion?

Hi doctor...i am 8week 2 days pregnant now and last week i had some red discharge not exactly bleeding once or thrice in a day only when i went to there something to doubt..i am afraid though i visited my doctor and she said my uterus is closed but there is a erosion at the mouth of uterus. My question is is there any thing to doubt cause today i see there is no more discharge
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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The mild blood stained discharge during an early pregnancy is worrisome and can be due to a threatened abortion. Cervical erosion can also cause such a discharge but it is best to confirm the diagnosis after getting an ultrasound scan done.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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