I have an hematome i have 7 weeks of pregnancy and the doctor says that ihave to be quiet, and dont do exercise, and be have to be carefull with everything. So i wanna know why ocur the hematomes and how much time i have to be at home quiet and if that has some complications after. Thanks. Im worried about that. Please help me.
Tengo 7 semanas de embarazo sangré, me tomaron una ecografía y salió k tengo un hematoma fuera del saco, k no afecta al bebé para nada, k me estuviera en reposo y el hematoma se reabsorve solo, me dio 5 días de quietud absoluta, necesito mas tiempo??, tendré alguna complicación más adelante?? además me encontraron una infección urinaria?? agradezco su respuesta sobre k mas puedo hacer para k mi bebé y yo estemos bien y el embarazo llegue a feliz término. Estoy muy preocupada.
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