10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 9 weeks pregnant.in my scan report small sub chorionic hemorrhage present. What should I do. Any problem.

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Answer: Hi dear... I too hadd the same problem... Completely avoid traveling... Especially by bike and auto... I was asked to take complete rest... Dont bend dont lift anything heavy and avoid food like broiler chicken, crab, prawn, papaya, pineapple and corn
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    Lavanya V607 days ago

    Oh, sure I'll take rest pa. Thank you very much 😊😊

Answer: Take rest and don't do heavy work . everything will be fn
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