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IF you are 5 weeks pregnant and having moderate bleeding does this means it is a miscarriage?

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2011-09-12 21:41:08
2011-09-12 21:41:08

well I've miscarried about 10 days ago... i am bleeding now...but its very light... so it depends on ur body...so let it take nature's path... its pretty much normal...I'm sorry to hear about ur loss though... I understand what you're going through.

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