Question: 16 week pregnant hu mai..... aaj mujhe ulti karate time naak se blood aa gaya.....???

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Answer: Pregnancy can make the blood vessels in your nose expand, and your increased bloodsupply puts more pressure on those delicate vessels, causing them to rupture more easily. ... Fortunately, the occasional minornosebleed is usually harmless.
Answer: Yes it is harmless don't worry
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