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    Default Some advice please

    Hi all,
    Apologies if this is not the correct place for this post. My partner and I are considering ttc again but I am worried because of the complications in had in my last pregnancy. At 16 weeks I was diagnosed with placenta previa grade 4, later on the pregnancy I was also diagnosed with placenta accreta. I ended up having a classic c-section at 34 weeks and lost 2.5 liters of blood.
    Does anyone have any experience with either of these complications?

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    I don't, just bumping for you though. Good luck.

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    Hi I'm 34+5 now and just got out of hospital from a huge bleed. I have grade 4 placenta Previa. Plan is for c/s at 38 weeks unless I bleed again.

    They have said I have a high chance of Previa again next pregnancy but if it happens it will be managed.

    Good luck TTc. Perhaps speak to your doc about what you are up against.

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    Hi everyone !

    I have complete placenta previa . I had bleeding at 9 weeks , 21 and a half weeks and 25 and a half weeks . I'm 28 weeks today

    I'm seeing a doctor on Thursday ( I was seeing a mid wife ) can anyone give me some insight on what they might say regarding c section, or really anything

    I'm so nervous about more bleeding
    Hope everyone is travelling well

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    Tattooed mummy

    I ended up bleeding again, getting told I had Acreeta and would be having a hysterectomy.. I had a classic ceasar at 35+6 weeks and dodged a hysterectomy only losing 800ml

    They said next time I would be high risk but under ob care all will be fine and they would deliver at 38 weeks.

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    They will probably deliver approx 38 weeks but expect another bleed before then. I had 4 in 2 weeks just prior to delivering.

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    The bleeding is so scary . This is our first bub and it was a long haul to get here using ivf . I thought I would love bring pregnant but it all has been scary ! Thank you so much for sharing with me

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    The bleeding is so scary . This is our first bub and it was a long haul to get here using ivf . I thought I would love bring pregnant but it all has been scary ! Thank you so much for sharing with me

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    Yes it is. All my bleeds were over 250ml. One all over mums floor.... The worst was at hospital where I was on the toilet and it still sounded like I was weeing... Rest assured bub wasn't affected at all even when my body started contracting. They monitor very closely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaz2184 View Post
    Yes it is. All my bleeds were over 250ml. One all over mums floor.... The worst was at hospital where I was on the toilet and it still sounded like I was weeing... Rest assured bub wasn't affected at all even when my body started contracting. They monitor very closely.
    U guys make me feel better , all of my friends have had "normal" pregnancies so it's not like I can really ask them any questions


 

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