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    many blood clots visable in the uterus 1st trimester
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    An_254832 posted:
    My close friend found out that she has a perfect little surprise on the way
    she is now 12 weeks and 2 days. She has many blood clots in her uterus with baby and she was told to be emotionally prepared when she went to her visit on Monday there may not be a heartbeat?! She went to her appt
    expecting this terrible news. Baby is doing well heartbeat is strong baby is kicking around in the womb. My friend is scared that this little baby could go any day and she would not know. The doctors are not really being helpful any advise or experiences that you can share?
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