14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: subchrionic haemmorage

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Answer: Hello dear, subchronic haemorrhage means boold clot so mild blood is common as it can be due to stretching of the uterus and it will desolve on it's own but till then complete bedrest and close monitoring is required.
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