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Pregnant, started some spotting with bright red clots, cramping. Anything wrong ?

I am 7 weeks pregnant, and started having some spotting last night. First it was really light and faint pink, and then this morning it was brown with small clots and now it is turning pink again, almost red with a few bright red clots. The spotting is heavier today, and I have been having some cramping, similar to menstrual cramps . Is this anything to be concerned about?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query,

Pregnancy with spotting and cramps is definitely something to be concerned about.
Your symptoms suggests you are going for miscarriage.

Get an Ultrasound done to rule out miscarriage.

Take plenty of rest,
Avoid sexual intercourse,
Be stress free.
Chances of continuation of pregnancy is as high as 60% with spotting in 1st trimester.
So be positive and hope for the best.

good luck
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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