Researchers warn about risks tied to first-trimester bleeding

04/21/2010 | Reuters

Danish researchers found that pregnant women who experience vaginal bleeding during their first trimester were at a greater risk for miscarriage. They also found that women who experienced early pregnancy bleeding but did not miscarry were more likely to experience complications during their next pregnancy.

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