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4 months pregnant, bleeding. Ultrasound shows normal growth of fetus. Treatment?

My wife facing problem of bleeding from last 15 days regular basis with the 4 months pregnecy, though Mother and Child both are safe and fine according the Doctor. Ultra Sound Reports Showing the natural growing of the child, But taking all posible precotions and medicins there is no relieve from Bleeding problem of the mother. Please suggest the treatment according the condition for the the Safety of the both Mother and Child. Regards
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
the usual causes of bleeding in early pregnancy are,
- gestational sac while getting embedded in uterus wall can damage some blood vessels leading to spotting,
some women may have bleeding on expected day of periods even in pregnancy,
increased blood supply to local organs can cause spotting even on mild friction.
so if she is not having associated symptoms like pain abdomen and if the baby is healthy then the chances of miscarriage are less, she can once get examined locally to rule out local causes and can take progesterone tablets with your doctor's advice as precautionary measure.
take care.

Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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