I am 19 weeks pregnant. At 11 wks, started bleeding and diagnosed with Sub-Chorionic bleeding and put on strict bedrest. Have had several ultrasounds that show baby is doing good. I have been passing a lot of clots and several peices of pinkish tissue. Is this normal? If not, what could it be?? I go back to the Dr in 2 days... should I just go to the ER?
When I had a subchorionic hematoma I passed small clots and a little tissue and my daughter is now 9 months old. If you are concerned contact your doctor he/she should be able to ease your fears. There should be an after hours emergency # you can call.
If you had the subchorionic bleed your doc should have told you to expect it to come out - thats what they want it to do - mine at least did?
I would call your docs office and ask them. It seems a little silly to go to the ER when you haven't asked the doc yet.
Im six weeks pregnant and since i found out i was pregnant i've been bleeding everyday (brownish , not red) Is this normal?
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