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I am are about 9 weeks pregnant and every thing was normal Since Yesterday I started to discharge brown clots Can't see my doc as its 4th of July is it usual you can't see dr on holidays?


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2006-07-04 18:37:09
2006-07-04 18:37:09

I spotted at 10 and 12 weeks and I was very worried about it. I saw the doctor and everything was fine. She explained that spotting at this point in the pregnancy is normal, because the placenta is developing. If it troubles you I would go to the Emergency Room without hesitation. Unfortunately, yes, it's common for many family doctors to take a long weekend off, but some do have a replacement (not many.) I'm in Canada and like the U.S., our Health Care is pretty bad. When my doctor is off for the long weekend we have Clinics to go too or the ER at a nearby hospital. It sounds like you will be just fine, but since you are in the early stages of your pregnancy I would strongly suggest you go into the ER and be checked out or at least go to a Clinic. You'd feel a lot better if you had a doctor decide if everything is OK and he can explain things to you much better. Good luck!

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