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Question: Hello doc ..m 16 week pregnant ...i had spotting one 2 times few days back ..my dr after getting ultrasound told i have a low lying placenta ..so she told me to b on strict bed rest for 72 hrs...even after bed rest even if i walk litte bit spotting start again and i have to go for bed rest again..i want to ask y its happening again and again and is it a matter of concern

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Answer: Yes it's matter of concern. U should be on strict bed rest otherwise it will effect on ur pregnancy
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