Went To ER Cause Of Bleeding Baby S Great Need INFO

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Kira_lynn - May 11

So i had bleeding again! 8 weeks 2 days and i had s_x yesterday. Today i had some cramping then went had the "flo from h__l" of bright red blood. 6 Hours later, i SAW the BABY!! and a heartbeat of 180bpm!! I was super excited until the doc told me that there is a sac of blood right beside the baby (not sure if its a sac or just a mass of blood). He said lots of women carry to term and that i just cant have SEX anymore!! Poor dh.... so anyone know what this might be, or what its called?? I didnt ask whether i'll bleed more, or if this blood with be reabsorbed....Oh well at least i got to see lilbaby!!

 

Kira_lynn - May 12

hehe i answered my own question. I called the doc and asked what it was called. duh. lol. subchorionic bleed is what they said. And that its so small its nothing to worry about. Just no more s_x or heavy lifting and to rest as much as possible.

 

kimberly - May 12

A friend of mine had this in Dec. she began to spot at 7 weeks seen heartbeat everything lokked good. Dr. siad it was a subchrionic bleed. i have read that it usually happens when the egg implants on a blood vessel, causing it to burst and clot. the problem with this is that in some cases the blood doesn't dry up and when the placenta tries to attach at 12 weeks it cannot. Anyway she had a bad out come she spotted all the way to week 12 when she miscarried. I have researched this for he because she desperately wants a baby and have found that often it will dry up and go away. I hope this doesn't worry you to much but thought you should be prepared though. Her Dr. kept telling her all was well, which really got her hopes up. There is nothing they can do for it but reccomend bed rest and no s_x.

 

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