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    I haven't read replies but I had a sch with ds2. He was born at 40+4 @ 9lb 8oz. No other complications besides a few bleeds. Good luck

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    I had a SCH last pregnancy. I found out I was pregnant at 7 wks. The next day I had my first bleed. I assumed it was a MC and went for a scan, devastated. Could not believe it when we say a hearbeat!

    Until week 20, I had random bleeds that were very dramatic. One minute I was fine, the next huge quantities of blood would pour out of me, soaking clothes. Clots the size of oranges would follow. Every time I'd go along to the ER with a heavy heart, and every time I'd be amazed to find the baby was fine.

    As tends to happen, the SCH resolved itself by week 20. I have a wonderful nearly 3 year old to show for all the drama.

    Sorry for the TMI, just thought it might help to know that even when it's really bad, your baby will often be just fine. Most of the time this will be the case.

    I hope the SCH resolves soon so you can enjoy the rest of your pregnancy.

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    I had a SCH until 8 weeks. Unfortunately the bleeding left some debris in my uterus which caused an infection to build up and early delivery of our twins at 19 weeks. Hope you have better luck. Ask your doc to keep checking that your uterus is closed and not funneling.

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    Hi ha. I'm currently 16 weeks and have a large SCH. It was first discovered when I had a bleed at 8 weeks. No bleeding since but when I went for my 12 week US it was still there are getting larger. Like you I have googled and am worried. I hope that all goes well for you at your appointment this week.

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    Thank you everyone for your replies, it's good to know all different ways this can go. All I can do is hope for the best and pray everything will be ok.

    Ok keep you posted !

    As for others still enduring this please keep me posted also xx

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    So saw my ob today and he didnt even really want to talk about or acknowledge the SH :-/ he was really rushed today but still thought he would be a bit more talkative about it all. So I have no answers really.

    I have my anatomy US in just over a month so Fx it's gone by then.

    I forgot to ask him about s3x! Are we allowed to do it?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    I forgot to ask him about s3x! Are we allowed to do it?!?!
    I was told it was perfectly fine. But I'm pretty sure I abstained anyway

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    It's been so long already lol and only 14 weeks still have so long to go!!! Haha!!

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    If you're worried, perhaps just hold off until your next scan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    If you're worried, perhaps just hold off until your next scan?
    I think I will hey. i might be able to get a quick scan at work in between to see how it is going. But if not abstaining another 5 weeks is no biggie really


 

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