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    Default Re: 5 wks preg and pink crinone discharge has me scared...

    google isnt a good place for medical answers ive found.
    Everytime i google something it tells me i have lupus

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    I too had spotting with the crinone, some days like you said the clumps would be bright white and others would be pinky colour and I even got the old brown colour.

    I did have a sub chorionic haematoma and I did bleed from about week 6 to 9, (hence the crinone colour) with a really large bleed at 9 weeks, but after that the haematoma went away and I was fine. Scary but baby is now 24 weeks and doing well.

    Just keep an eye on it and ask about a SCH when you have your ultrasound. I too would get the progesterone level checked just to be safe. Your betas are wonderful, nowhere near chemical level xo


 

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