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Spotting at 4 week pregnancy
Hi I m 4 week pregnant, and I m having little spotting like reddish brown discharge. Not every day but once in a while. Is this normal? I m scared please suggest.
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It could be beging of abortion
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consult me for more discussion on ur problem and treatment
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Need to take medication n some blood tests Connect with me online for detailed consultation
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It is not normal
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Yes slightly worrisome You need to be started on medication immediately
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for e prescription contact me online
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Start taking Hormonal supplementation.
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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Do ultrasound
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Please chat online on Practo consult app
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