15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My doctor recommended a medicine for thinning of blood. I don't understand the reason and have not yet started it's consumption. Pls suggest

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Answer: Hello dear. These medicines are used in the fear that having one of these clotting problems may cause clots to form in the placenta, choking the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to a growing baby. Take care.
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    Richa Agarwal30 days ago

    I hope things would work out safe

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