17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi..i completed 16 weeks and i am put on bedrest for 2 months due to marginal retroplacental collection with a measurement of 4.0× 1.6× 4.0 cm. I was hospitalised and after a week i noticed briwn discharges. Is this normal and what dies that measurement indicates? How long to be on bed rest? What are the risks?

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Answer: hi dear! so the measurement is of the collection of blood that has taken place dear. and yes you will have to be on bed rest dear for sure and the brown discharge can be due to the retroplacental collection dear dont worry . this retroplacental collection has been faced by many pregnant women dear. and it is the most common cause of bleeding in pregnancy dear. as you will have to keep a check on the measurement normally it can go away on its own by reducing in the size and causing no harm to the growing fetus dear. so dont worry you will have to be on bed rest and if your doctor has said about 2 months then you should take a 2 months bed rest. the risks can be you can if the size increases then there can be placental abruption , preterm delivery , or premature rupture of the membranes dear which will eventually cause early delivery . take care dear.
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    Mary Immaculate13 days ago

    Hi... i had a retroplacental clot last time with a measurement of 4.0×1.6×4.0cm but after 3 weeks i had a scan again but the clot as increased with a measurement od 8.0×1.4×3.5cm and i am still getting brown discharges. My cervical measures 33cm. What needs to be done so that clot reduces ?

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