8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I have been diagnosed with subchorionic haematoma ( small blood clot). Dr advised for a complete bed rest for 2 weeks. Is subchorionic haematoma dangerous? Anyone else went through this??

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Answer: Hi first of all subchorionic Haematoma is not dangerous and is common in a lot of pregnancies generally progesterone supplements are given either to consume or vaginal insertion and bed rest, in many cases its resolved on their own in the next scans. Hence please discuss it with your Doctor and follow his instructions, you may experience bleeding or spotting till the time it dissolves. Hope you feel better soon!
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