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Pregnant with pinkish spotting. Have abdominal pain. History of miscarriage. Concerned

I am 6 weeks pregnant tomorrow. Last period was 10th march. I had two days of painless brown bleeding on the 5th and 6th April. ( which I'm now thinking is implantation.)
Last night I had a bath stood up to quickly and felt dizzy. Sat on the toilet. After using the toilet I wiped and notices small amount of pink color on the tissue. Wipped again. 3-4 small spots of blood. No pain at the time.
During the night if thought about it I had abdo pain but I think that's mind over matter as it goes once my mind is busy on other things.
Couple of times today I've had a very faint pink color on the tissue.
I had a misscarriage this time last year. Worrying that it maybe that again.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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I think you should go for urgent ultrasonography, to know the well-being of the baby specially with the history of previous miscarriage as spotting in pregnancy is not normal, it can be implantation bleeding but needs to be confirmed by scan.

So meet your doctor as soon as possible with the scan report, till then I would advice you complete bed rest, avoid lifting heavy weights and avoid intercourse till 12 weeks of your pregnancy.

Don't worry every thing would be fine.

Take care.

Dr. Rishma Lakkhani
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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