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Question: Hello, I'm 40 weeks pregnant today morning I saw blood clots when I used restroom. But there is no much abdominal pain yet. Please tell me when I should consult doctor.

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Answer: Hi dear, You are 40 weeks. It may be your labour symptoms. So go to hospital immediately. Don't delay dear.
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    Vandana Srivastava1047 days ago

    Ok thanks I'm going now

Answer: Plz visit doctor to avoid any problem as soon as possible as you have bleeding
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    Vandana Srivastava1047 days ago

    Sure thank you

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    Vera Tikhaya1047 days ago

    Welcome! God bless you and your baby!

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