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How will subchorionic hemorrhage affect a delivery?

How will subchorionic hemorrhage affect a delivery?

Risk Preterm Labor: A subchorionic hemorrhage/hematoma is a bleed between the pregnancy and the uterine wall. It is an US finding, that if coupled with vaginal bleeding, can potentially increase the risk of miscarriage/preterm delivery, but w/out vaginal bleeding, it's hard to say. Size matters; worse if bigger (covering ~50% of placental bed) or occurring later. It can heal itself, but you just have to wait/watch. ...Read more

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What is a MOBILE subchorionic hemorrhage? Does it move? If so, how?

What is a MOBILE subchorionic hemorrhage? Does it move? If so, how?

Bleeding pregnancy: Subchorionic bleeding (also known as a subchorionic hematoma) is the accumulation of blood within the folds of the chorion (the outer fetal membrane, next to the placenta) or between the uterus and the placenta itself. The area can increase in size, reabsorb, or drain. ...Read more

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With subchorionic hemorrhage will the baby come out healthy and normal?

With subchorionic hemorrhage will the baby come out healthy and normal?

Still possible!: A subchorionic hemorrhage/hematoma is a bleed between the pregnancy and the uterine wall. It is an US finding, that if coupled with vaginal bleeding, can potentially increase the risk of miscarriage/preterm delivery, but w/out vaginal bleeding, it's hard to say. Size matters; worse if bigger (covering ~50% of placental bed) or occurring later. It can heal itself, but you just have to wait/watch. ...Read more

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At what size is a subchorionic hemorrhage considered large or dangerous.?

~50% Placental Bed: A subchorionic hemorrhage/hematoma is a bleed between the pregnancy and the uterine wall. It is an US finding, that if coupled with vaginal bleeding, can potentially increase the risk of miscarriage/preterm delivery, but w/out vaginal bleeding, it's hard to say. Size matters; worse if bigger (covering ~50% of placental bed) or occurring later. It can heal itself, but you just have to wait/watch. ...Read more

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Subchorionic hemorrhage is noted measuring 1.2*0.5 cm. What does this mean?

Bleeding placenta: Subchorionic hemorrhage is bleeding under the placenta. The measurements indicate the size of the area of bleeding. It frequently will slowly go away without harming the pregnancy. Sometimes it can get bigger and cause a miscarriage. Unfortunately there really isn't a good medical treatment for it. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Is a 1 x 2 cm subchorionic hemorrhage safe if my baby is only 6 mm? I'm scared I'll miscarry.

Is a 1 x 2 cm subchorionic hemorrhage safe if my baby is only 6 mm? I'm scared I'll miscarry.

Fetal loss anxiety: A sub chorionic hemorrhage is never a positive finding on ultrasound, but unfortunately, you will have to wait and see if the pregnancy "hangs in there" or not. Good Luck ! ...Read more

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How long is subchorionic hemorrhage supposed to last? It's been 11 days since bleeding was noticed and dr still see fresh blood on u/s. I'm 7+4w.

How long is subchorionic hemorrhage supposed to last? It's been 11 days since bleeding was noticed and dr still see fresh blood on u/s.  I'm 7+4w.

Until gone : There is no normal time for it to last since it is not normal to have it in the first place. It will last until all the blood collection comes out or is reabsorbed. There is no way to predict. ...Read more

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What's the difference between a subchorionic hemorrhage passing & a miscarriage ? Is the tissue i'm looking for in a miscarriage pink ?

Subchorionic bleeds: A subchorionic bleed can be passed usually as old brown blood. Usually there is very little cramping. A miscarriage involves very heavy bright red bleeding with severe cramping. If you are soaking 2 pads with clots every 15 minutes, i would suggest going to the er. Conservative measures including pelvic rest/ no strenuous exercise/ no relations are recommended for both. ...Read more

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