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If a woman has a blood clot during pregnancy, what will happen to the baby?

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In brief: Probably nothing

I presume that you are referring to a deep vein thrombosis.
This will not affect the baby but the medication used to treat it can. Its important that drugs which do not cross the placenta are used to treat the problem to avoid any harm to the baby.

In brief: Probably nothing

I presume that you are referring to a deep vein thrombosis.
This will not affect the baby but the medication used to treat it can. Its important that drugs which do not cross the placenta are used to treat the problem to avoid any harm to the baby.
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