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A 25-year-old female asked:

3months pregnant and having pinkish discharge is this normal?

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Dr. Ann Collins
31 years experience
Concerning: If you have seen a physician and know the pregnancy is ok, then pink dc could be unconcerning. Could be from recent sex, a yeast or bacterial infection. It could also be a market for a threatened miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. You should contact your physician.

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A 40-year-old female asked:

Pinkish discharge is this normal in pregnant at 7 weeks?

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American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology 31 years experience
Probably: Many women will have spotting in the early weeks of a normal pregnancy. If you are worried you should see your doctor.
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Discharge is heavier than normal, could i be pregnant?

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HPT: Increased leukorrhea (clear to white d/c with no odor, no pain, no redness) can be a symptom of pregnancy. The only way to know for sure it to take a pregnancy test.

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