11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Subchorionic heamorrage of 3.5x0.5 cm. Suggests on do's and don't

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Answer: You need to have bed rest for at least one month by then clot will automatically start shrinking.. And also consult your doctor as she will prescribe you some medicines too
Answer: I had the same issue.. go on complete bed rest and do not lift any weight.. don't worry, it will be alrite in 3-4 weeks time
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