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Question: M 4 week pregnant. There is little bit bleeding but doctor says if it does not stop I have to abort this baby

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Answer: hello.. dear bleeding is common and normal in early pregnancy.. he will observe for few more weeks but if the bleeding is heavy then trust and follow your doctor suggestion.. take plenty of rest.
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