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What is Bleeding during Pregnancy?

Description of the disease

Bleeding during pregnancy is a complication in which a woman experiences bleeding from the uterine cavity during pregnancy. This condition can be potentially dangerous for both the mother and the fetus.


  • Bleeding in early pregnancy
  • Bleeding in late pregnancy


Symptoms of bleeding during pregnancy may include vaginal bleeding, lower abdominal pain, weakness, dizziness.


The causes of bleeding during pregnancy can be diverse, including placental abruption, threatened miscarriage, preterm labor, infections, and others.


For the diagnosis of bleeding during pregnancy, ultrasound examination, blood tests, and special gynecological examinations are conducted.


Treatment of bleeding during pregnancy depends on the cause and severity of the condition, including conservative therapy, hospitalization, and surgical intervention.


Prevention of bleeding during pregnancy includes regular visits to the doctor, proper nutrition, and avoiding stressful situations.


In case of bleeding during pregnancy, it is necessary to seek help from a gynecologist or maternity hospital.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.