I am 38 weeks + 1 day & had a cervical exam this morning. Since I've had lower back pain, pelvic cramping off & on while standing, & brownish discharge?

Early labor. It is common to have brown spotting after a pelvic exam at 38 weeks. To also be having low back and pain and some cramping sounds like you are starting early labor. The cramping may continue or may stop and start again later. Good luck.

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