A. Painless bleeding.
B. Causeless bleeding.
C. Presents in first trimester.
D. Recurrent bleeding.
The condition shown in the picture above represents Placenta Praevia.
Women with placenta previa often present with painless, bright red vaginal bleeding. This bleeding often starts mildly and may increase as the area of placental separation increases.
Praevia should be suspected if there is bleeding after 24 weeks of gestation but before 38 weeks. Abdominal examination usually finds the uterus non-tender and relaxed.
Praevia can be confirmed with an ultrasound.