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Is it normal to have pink spotting while pregnant with tiny blood clots?

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2006-01-18 16:54:25
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This is not normal, but it is not unusual. As long as the clots are small and you have no cramps you are probably all right. anything more and youneed to see a doctor or goto the ER.

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