22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mam am 20 weeks and 4 day pregnant on the scan it showed that i have subchorionic hematoma.i s it normal in pregnancy baby safe rhy ga na ?

Answer: Small size hematoma will usually disappear on its own and not have any negative effect on the pregnancy. At times it can cause some vaginal bleeding/spotting but It will resorb or continue to spot. The only important thing here is that if at all you feel abdominal/uterine cramps then you must visit your gynae as they may need one more usg to look at your oerusac collection wether or not it has decreased in size. If not then medications will be prescribed to help improve blood flow.
Answer: I have subchorionic hematoma at 6 week ..21cc volume..my Dr hospitalized me for 4 days and I am on complete bed rest for 2 month...now it's dissolve and I am 28 week pregnant...bed rest and medication really work for any size hematoma...take care..follow it Dr instruction...
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