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Question: Nose bleeding during 31 week pregnancy...is it harmful for pregnancy ?

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Answer: Hello! Nose bleeding is common during pregnancy. It is happens as the vessels of the nose expands as a result due to high pressure of the blood they rupture and you can see blood. Nothing to Worry Tkse care6ñ6k
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