Planning for pregnancy

Question: Placenta is low.. Bleeding is going on & off

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Answer: see ur gynac. she will prescribe u progrestrone tablet or injection whatever required. she will also recommend an ultrasound to check if u still have any hammoriage inside the uterus. u will also be advised complete bed rest. do not worry take full rest u will be fine dear
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    Charu Garg598 days ago

    Thnku soo much

Answer: Please consult doctor
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