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There is no cure for placental abruption but several steps can be taken to prevent and treat it. Placental abruption can be avoided by not using drugs, treating blood conditions, and telling your doctor about any symptoms you may have. If you have placental abruption, you can be hospitalized, given blood transfusions or receive medicine to help your baby's lungs develop in case of early delivery. Most placental abruptions result in early delivery.
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