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Pregnant, been bleeding, placenta low lying. Why does urination or BM hurt?

hi im 16 weeks pregnant and a rhesus negative, I have bleed for 2 days , light and a bright red. I had my ultrasound everything is fine and baby is moving, however placenta is low lying and the doctor may have saw a clot beside the placenta. Additionally I have not been bleeding since however am suffering with pain when passing urine and stools . any advice would be kindly appreciated
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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You have low lying placenta ,having vaginal bleeding& retroplacental blood clot.
The pain during bowel movement/ urination may result from-
- constipation/infected hemorrhides
- urine infection
- pelvic inflammation.
You need a Gynecologist's consultation for physical examination,investigations & treatment accordingly.
- Please take bed rest ( unless advised otherwise) to avoid further bleeding.
Answered: Sat, 30 Nov 2013
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