I have never had this happen before

I have been light spotting (sometimes pink, sometimes brownish) since last evening to early this morning. I was also having period like cramps. They didn't hurt but I noticed them. I am 6 weeks along. Is this a bad sign?
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Sending hugs! Stay positive hun, because I understand how you feel. If you need someone to talk to, feel free to message me. I went through a similar stressful situation just 2w ago

UPDATE: So they did a transvaginal ultrasound and it turns out I am measuring 5 weeks 2 days. My last period was 10/10 & it is super irregular anyway, so maybe my due date was off. But idk I am still nervous. I go back in 10 days to check again oh & all they saw was a gestational sac

@Mariah I meant go get checked if there's too much stress. Otherwise, it should be fine. If the situation worsens, honestly, neither we nor doc could do anything more. This is based on my own experience. I had a natural miscarriage just 10 days ago. I panicked, went to diff A&E but they all did the same ultrasound and said it's fine but then i got MC afterwards. So, to stay stress free, yes, you should go immediately, but keep no expectations. However, I have a friend who heavy spotting since 5w, and now at 15w bb is still healthy. It’s really depends on case and important that no one can do anything

Hi, I would definitely get it checked

@Meo this isn’t entirely true, my baby had a heartbeat and I had light spotting I was 9 weeks so not much further along they said not to worry a week later I ended up having heavy bleeding and lost the baby, I would definitely get checked it’s better to be safe and know what’s going on than to sit and worry until your next appt

Have you seen your bb with heartbeat? If yes then no need to worry abt

Probably best to get checked by the epu. While cramping and spotting can be normal, pain is something that should be checked on.

Light spotting can happen in early pregnancy. Have you taken another pregnancy test or rang your doctors up to check.

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