8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 7 week pregnant I had heavy bleeding yesterday doctor did ultrasound he said baby is fine n said to do full bed rest I m really tense plz help

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Answer: Hi.. Sometimes if the placenta is low lying you will experience bleeding. that is the reason you are advised to take full bed rest. Don't worry, if you take good rest the placenta position will ba back to normal
Answer: Its not a prblm..dont get tensed..only solution is to take complete rest.nothg to worry
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