please help. I'm so confussed. I'm 8 weeks pregnant with twins and I was diagnosed with a subchrorionic hematoma in my uterus. i've been bleeding a little and went to the ER yesterday, my babies were fine. However this morning I passed a blood clot. I didn.t have pain or much bleeding.....I'm sooo scared. Has anyone gone trhough something like this and been ok????
Don't worry. I went through the same thing at 7 weeks, like you I was in the ER. They did an u/s after we saw our babies hd we were told that everything was fine but I had a hematoma. This happened on Sep 4. On Sep 5th I passed a clot after which I passed some dark blood for a few days and I was fine. Passing the clot is the best thing possible. I am now 16 week 4 days pregnant. So don't worry, I think you can relax now. Good luck with everything
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