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Light Pink Colour Spots
My wife's last month period was on 12th November 2016. We have checked pregnancy with one touch kit and it was positive on last Thursday i.e, on 15th December 2016. We are yet to consult doctor. Today she has seen light pink colour spots during urine. Will there be any problem with the pink colour spots. We already have 1 years 9 months baby.
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It can be a problem also consult a doctor immediately
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what are u waiting for consultation. consult a gynaec. get evaluated. may be nothing but need confirmation . ok..
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Hello, It is common during initial stages of pregnancy. Consult a gynaecologist for further evaluation and management.
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It's generally nothing to worry .. you might need progesterone support . Plz visit a gynaecologist as soon as you can
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No need to worry Sometimes it happens ....in early pregnancy. However consulting a gynaecologist is a must You have to do scan to see if the early pregnancy scan is seen within the uterus... You might be required to do a B HCG.
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