I was wondering has anyone else experienced spotting at this stage?I'm 35 weeks 1 day and i've noticed that my discharge is light brown.
This might be TMI but i've checked the undies i was wearing yesterday and there was a tiny bit there as well.
I was in the L&D on Friday night coz i was contracting-nothing regular tho.
They did check my cervix ( it wasn't open ) so i thought that this caused the colored discharge.
I have never had spotting after pelvic exam before so im worried a lil.
I dont want to go to the hospital for this.It seems to stop now.It happened 2 times day.
Sounds like its irritation from the pelvic exam. I have spotted before after some, and not after others. I think maybe it depends how rough the person checking you is. If its brown, and you did have an exam I would assume its just from that
Yep, the exam was on Friday and i have never spotted before as i said,so i decided to ask ur opinion
I was afraid in case it has something to do with the placenta like abruption or such =/
I don't think that i need to call my doctor just yet..
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