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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    Aspirin should only be taken under doctors orders and should definitely not be self administered to try and treat a clot. Follow doctors advice on rest and everything else.

    Good luck x
    Oh I definitely wouldn't take it without checking but I do liked to be armed with as much info at my OB appt so I can see what can be done.

    I was a bit shocked this morning when he told me as I thought my previous bleed was clearing up and now I have this behind my placenta and wasn't prepared to ask more questions

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    Yep don't take anything.. The SCH should resolve on its own. Such a scary time! Relax pit your feet up, you will prob find at your anatomy US it is no longer there. I had some spotting the rest of the pregnancy but resumed most activities.

    Goodluck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    Yep don't take anything.. The SCH should resolve on its own. Such a scary time! Relax pit your feet up, you will prob find at your anatomy US it is no longer there. I had some spotting the rest of the pregnancy but resumed most activities.

    Goodluck xx
    Thanks @MummaJez its nice to know positive outcomes from people who have experienced the same thing.

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    I had what was considered a large SCH which was a "threat to the pregnancy" found on dating scan at 7 weeks. Took about a month off work so I would sit on my bum all day and take it easy. Follow up scans at 10 and 12 weeks showed it was slowly resolving and by 20 weeks there was no sign of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarayh View Post
    I had what was considered a large SCH which was a "threat to the pregnancy" found on dating scan at 7 weeks. Took about a month off work so I would sit on my bum all day and take it easy. Follow up scans at 10 and 12 weeks showed it was slowly resolving and by 20 weeks there was no sign of it
    Thanks @sarayh that's great yours disappeared by 20 weeks. Mine sounds similar to yours, very slowly shrinking, hopefully mine is gone in another few weeks

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    Not sure if I posted an update. I had a bleed at 6 and 8 weeks. I was put in bed rest until 12 weeks to be on the safe side. No further bleeds or issues and delivered at 38weeks. Best of luck x


 

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