Bleeding in Early Pregnancy

The Impact of Bleeding in Early Pregnancy

If the pregnancy continues past 20 weeks, around 95 percent of babies will survive, and the incidence of any major abnormalities is increased by only 1.3 percent.
Women with heavy bleeding in early pregnancy are between two and four times more likely to experience one of several pregnancy complications, including:
  • Premature labor
  • Early membrane rupture
  • Separation of the placenta from the uterus.
Pregnancy and Pain

Pregnancy Problems

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