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    As a side note, the hospital were hopeless with my follow up scan referral so I got one from my gp to get one for my own sanity. It made me feel a lot better. I had the 16 week scan at my check in visit with the hospital in outpatients. The beautiful midwife dragged in the ob on staff that day!

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    Thanks girls xx

    Did you all rest up and try not do too much when you found out you had one?

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    I had one with dd3 (4th bub) she is now 9.

    I didn't rest as such but I didn't do any heavy lifting etc..

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    I had one with DD. I didn't bleed, it just reabsorbed within a few weeks.

    My ob told me to do everything as usual, no rest or anything. He told me that studies showed a negative correlation between running marathons and using a jackhammer, but neither of those really related to me

    I am usually one for educating yourself as much as possible, but this is really one where you should not google!

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    Hi Hun! Don't let google scare you! I did the same thing! With my second daughter I bled right through to the 13th week with subcloronic hematomas so badly that it was all over my thighs as If someone shoved a knife up there and went for gold.

    My daughter is now a healthy happy 2 year old! The odds are great in going on to have a successful pregnancy so long as you keep hydrated to prevent the uterus from contracting and aggravating the clot.

    Not only that I'm now in my 3rd pregnancy at 9 weeks and no bleeding this far so don't worry in thinking that all future pregnancys will result in another subcloronic hemaromas aswell :-)


    They really are insanely common more so then women actually understand!!! We are taught to think blood is bad but not in all cases!
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    Thanks girls. So glad to hear about positive outcomes. I am so grateful for you sharing your experiences in SHs

    It's just so scary! And to not have my dr talk to me about it sh!ts me. Which is why I started going down the google line lol

    And I thought after 12 weeks things would be great! Boy I was wrong. Ill be stressing about it until I know it's been absorbed. Which I hope is what happens.

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    I had a large one with ds3, it was picked up at the 12 week scan. I started bleeding heavily at 14 weeks & bled for 4-5 weeks. By the 20 week scan everything looked normal, he was delivered at full term & perfectly healthy. You only hear of the bad outcomes if you google it

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    I have bits of bleeding from about 5 weeks up till about 18 and then I was fine. Only one was a decent bleed and I went to hospital to get checked. All others were small ad my wonderful OB and go checked me over and did scans to reassure me. Dd is not 19 months old and doing wonderfully.

    I'm sure all will be okay.

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    Hi there,

    I discovered this at 24 weeks from bleeding, I was told it had been bleeding internally for a while and I had a 6cm clot behind the placenta. Then at 25 weeks had a complete placental abruption and had a code blue cs under a GA to save mine and my DD's lives. Fast forward 8 months and everything is close to perfect :-)

    I hope my story doesn't terrify you - while it was a scary time things are now really good. Even if you can't get to full term or anywhere near it, things can be ok

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    Thanks for telling me your story, yes does scare me but knowing you and bub were ok after all of that makes me feel better x


 

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