Last week i had my first ultrasound, 6 weeks and 5 days pregnant going by my scan. Noted in my u/s was a perisac bleed. When i went in for my doctors appointment she said i could experience some bleeding and if i do to get an u/s straight away to see if bubs heart is still beating. This freaked me out, but she assured me it was a while away before i would go through anything if it was to happen. Well Saturday afternoon came and we were outside enjoying Aussie day when all of a sudden i felt like i just got my period, so i ran to the toilet and out came a MASSIVE gush of bright red blood!!! I started shaking and trying to tell myself its ok i was warned(which im glad i was prepared cos i dont know how i would have coped if i didnt know it was coming) I went straight to the hospital as my doctor was closed and after 5 hours i finally got to see my babys heart beating!
Now i am booking in another u/s tomorrow to see if the hematoma has gotten bigger or smaller or anything has changed.
My question is, has anyone else gone through this and everything turned out ok??
This is my 3rd baby and with the other 2 i never even thought about losing them it never crossed my mind! But this one has me so worried and i know me worrying doesnt help the situation but when my piece of paper i have to take to the u/s is classed as a "threatened miscarriage" that freaks me out!!!
Not only have i gone through this, my youngest just got diagnosed with "slapped cheek" and im supposed to keep away from him for 1 week? Which is impossible but can also put the baby at risk...I just dont know how much more i can take!!!!
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28-01-2013 16:28 #1
Perisac Hematoma... Any help?
29-01-2013 21:04 #2
Had scan done today and find out results tomorrow. After 2 days of brown blood i now have gone to light pink and im worried
29-01-2013 21:32 #3
Re: Perisac Hematoma... Any help?
Yep, google subchorionic or perigestational hemorrhage. The us tech i saw said more than 50% of pregnancies have tiny ones from implantation often. A friend had a bigger one amd had lots of scary bleeding episodes but was fine. It mostly depends on where they are (right under the sac or away) and how big iir. Yes they can cause trouble, but they don't always.
Fx for you sweetie, all hope is definitely not lost xxx
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