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Hematoma in pregnancy?

Hematoma in pregnancy?

Need more specifics: In early pregnancy, subchorionic bleed (self limited, minor separation of the placenta) is sometimes seen. ...Read more

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Bruises, or ecchymoses, are a discoloration and tenderness of the skin or mucous membranes due to the leakage of blood from an injured blood vessel into the tissues. Pupura refers to bruising as the result of a disease condition. A very small bruise is called a petechia. These often appear as many tiny red dots clustered together, and could ...Read more


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I m 10wks pregnant and have suffered from peri g sac hematoma at 6th wk.I have a BP of 130/90 so was given ecosprin 75 tab.Is it safe in pregnancy?

I m 10wks pregnant and have suffered from peri g sac hematoma at 6th wk.I have a BP of 130/90 so was given ecosprin 75 tab.Is it safe in pregnancy?

Category D: Aspirin is category d: there is positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience or studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks. ...Read more

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I'm in six week pregnancy I had bleed I went to ER. Subchorioninc hematoma measuring 2.1 CM then ultrasound was fine. Still bleed why? When it stop?

I'm in six week pregnancy I had bleed  I went to ER. Subchorioninc hematoma measuring 2.1 CM then ultrasound was fine. Still bleed why? When it stop?

See below: Tina, subchorionic hematomas are a very common cause of first trimester bleeding. Unless very large, they are not usually threatening to the pregnancy, but you may continue to bleed some until it is gone. If you have severe pain or a significant increase in the amount of bleeding, see your OB. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I am approaching my 13 week in pregnancy and having shooting and stabbing pelvic pain. No blood but have hematoma should I be concerned?

I am approaching my 13 week in pregnancy and having shooting and stabbing pelvic pain. No blood but have hematoma should I be concerned?

Myofascial Pain: If your uterus and internal organs are normal, the most likely source of sudden pains includes the pelvic muscles and fascia....Called myofascial pain. You might see a myofascial pain specialist for evaluation, treatment, and relief. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com. ...Read more

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What are the chances of a medium sized subchorionic hematoma resolving and ending in a normal pregnancy? I am currently 7 weeks 6 days pregnant. I had my first prenatal visit 4 days ago and everything looked good. Two days ago after getting out of the sho

To : To answer your questions: yes, there is a chance it will resolve on its own. There is definitely a chance of a miscarriage. With a medium sized subchorionic hemorrhage, your changes of a successful pregnancy are most likely around 50-50, but I have definitely seen it happen. A subchorionic hemorrhage does not necessarily put you at any greater risk of placental abruption, which is a different medical condition. You have done everything correctly. Be sure that you know that this is a random occurrence and just one of those things that happens for no reason. I will wish you the best. ...Read more

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Is there an underlying reason why a patient repeatedly get subchorionic hematoma around 4-5w in every pregnancy? Does bed rest help?

Is there an underlying reason why a patient repeatedly get subchorionic hematoma around 4-5w in every pregnancy? Does bed rest help?

Yes and NO: Subchorionic hematoma is usually the result of the normal and usual implantation bleeding as the placenta develops. It is exceedingly common and usually not an indication of any particular problem. Bedrest does not help and is not recommended. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more