7 weeks pregnant mother
Question: I'm 6week 6days pregnant and had a history of PCOS and had my 1st ultrasound yesterday but the radiologist found that i have small chorionic bleeding is it harmful I'm worried a lot i have got pregnant after 3years and tgey said baby heartbeat is also 86bpm...pls reply0 Answers
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I think it's subcronic bleeding is the most common sonographic abnormality in the presence of a live embryo.Subchorionic bleeding occurs when the placenta detaches from the original site of implantation.These lift apart and form another sac between the placenta and the uterus.The movement and resulting clots are what cause this type of
bleeding.It's increases the risk of miscarriage in patients with vaginal bleeding and threatened abortion during the first 20 weeks of gestation. However, it does not affect the pregnancy outcome measures of ongoing pregnancies.
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Answer: Is heartbeat seen?
Are baby vitals doing god?
Do not worry next scan at 12 week /14 week Dr will evaluate the growth and advise isoxsuprine tabs to overcome poor fetal circulation.
Do not worry.
It needs to be evaluated for an iugr
Keep me updated
Do not worry.
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