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Question: Mai 5 week 4 days ki Pregnant hu.....Aaj Subah Mujhe Bleeding Spot aaye.....Mai bahut ghabra gayi hu......tension lene wali bat Hai kya??
Answer: Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is any discharge of blood from the vagina. It can happen anytime from conception (when the egg is fertilized) to the end of pregnancy. Light bleeding, or spotting, during pregnancy is common, especially during the first trimester. ... Bleeding is a heavier flow of blood.
Spotting is light bleeding from your vagina. It's similar to a period, but much lighter. The colour of the blood can be anything from red to brown. Rest assured that in the early weeks of pregnancy, a little spotting or bleeding is very common. But since there is a chance of having early trimester miscarriages please any kind of spotting and bleeding at any point of time must be reported to your doctor for proper treatment on time.
Question: mai 20 week pregnent hu mujhe 2 din se sardi ho gai h.... gala v jaam ho gaya h or halki khasi v ho rahi h... mai kya karu
Answer: Hii pregnancy me medicine avoid Karna chahiye. Better hai aap home remedy follow kare,aap garm Pani aur salt se gargle Kare. Steam bhi le Sakte hai .Wo bhi bohat helpful hora hai. Non veg khati hai tho chicken soup piye. Apple cider vinegar ko ek glass Pani me mix karke din me 3 times piye. Wo aapke bacterias khatam karega. That me aap chahe tho humidifier use kar Sakti hai. Issue aaram milega.
Paan aur Tulsi ke patte ke juice nikal ke ushe honey me mix karke khaye. Usshe bhi kafi aaram milega .
Question: meri delivery ko 11 din huye h or mere bleeding mai gath nikl rahi h blood ki 2 din se kya koi tnsn ki baat h bleeding bhi bht jyada ho rahi j
Answer: It’s completely normal. This blood is called lochia, and is a type of vaginal discharge. It will start off heavy in the days just after birth, and taper off within a month of giving birth. When the blood tapers off, it should start to become watery and turn yellow or white.
It may be alarming to see that much blood after giving birth, but it’s important to remember that the amount of blood in your body rises by 50% during pregnancy, so your body is ready for this type of heavy blood loss.