15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: in 15 week pregnancy, USG report diagnosed the hypoechoic area with echogenic septa of the size 52.9mm by 19.4mm seen along internal os- chronic subchronic bleed... how will this get cure... n y is bleeding happening..

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Answer: Only doctor will tell u about the condition..Consult doctor immediately
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