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    Exclamation Urgent advice please !

    Hey girls,
    just wondering has any one ever experienced a sub chronic hemorrage in the early stages of their pregnancy?
    i am currently 8.2 weeks and when I was 5-6 weeks I had a sub chronic hemorrage with quite a lot of dark discharge and slight bleeding this lasted a couple of weeks, about 2-3 days ago my dark discharge and bleeding stopped and now the discharge is just pccassionally clear does this mean that the hemorrage has cleared and everything is normal ? When should my next ultrasound be this is my first pregnancy ??
    can anyone please get back to me as I am concerned and nots urge if this is Notmal I'm guessing that it's a good sign the bleeding has stopped though

    Rhanks

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    Yes she is now 9 yrs old, yes the bleeding stopping is a good thing. I had a few light spotting later on in the pregnancy too.

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    Yup I had one at my 6 week scan. It had been reabsorbed by the 12 week scan. No one was concerned about it at all. I think the danger can depend on position and size?

    The only thing was, as I am rhesus neg, I needed an anti d injection as it counted as a bleed.

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    hey ladies
    thanks for the response its a bit of comfort knowing that I wasnt the only one going through that worry, it really had my feeling down that I did something wrong as right now i am absolutely clueless with this being my first pregnancy but i'm thankful the bleeding has stopped now which hopefully next ultrasound will show that the subchronic hemorrage has cleared ( as the OB last time said it should start to clear up).
    Thanks heaps for some comfort
    hope all your pregnancies go well for now or in the future


 

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