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    Hi
    I'm hoping someone has some experience with bleeding behind the placenta in late pregnancy. This week, at 34 weeks pregnant, I went to the toilet, wiped, and saw mucusy blood. I called my ob, who met me at the hospital. She did an internal and a swab and discovered fresh red blood. I stayed in hospital overnight but unfortunately all the tests / ultrasounds have found nothing. Bub is going great, I'm not feeling any pain but I'm still bleeding brownish blood. Ob concluded that I have most likely had a bleed behind the placenta and if I bleed lots or colour changes, or if I feel pain or bub stops moving I'm to go straight to the hospital.Has anyone got any advice / similar experiences? Thanks!

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    Default Bleed behind placenta - late pregnancy

    I had a bleed, got told similar to you and had no problems at all. Mine stopped and didn't return.

    Just rest up and keep an eye on it.

    Good luck.

    And bump


 

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