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I am pregnant and i been hit on my stomach. could that harm my baby ?

im pregnant and i been hit on my stomich and i was wondering if my baby coulde come out with a disability ? im 20 years old and i just fould out that im pregnant but i been hit im my stomic several times by accident could that harm my baby like being hit in my stomich several times can my baby come out with a disability ?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Jan 2011
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The effect of trauma on the gravid uterus depends on the weeks of gestation , in early days it can lead to complete abortion or a threatened abortion , later part of gestation after 3 months or so , the chances of miscarriage are still there , less compared to those in early days but the chances of disabilities in the baby are less.

Its always better to get a USG scan done to rule out any hazards.

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