I'm currently nine weeks pregnant with my second baby. I had an ultrasound done last week to confirm gestational age. Dr called me back and said the us did show a subchorionic hematoma and asked if I had been spotting or bleeding, which I have not. I asked if I needed to be seen again and she said to just keep my regular appt, which is until August 15. Dr didn't seem too concerned but I am a bit worried. As anyone else gone through this and had a positive outcome? Feeling stressed
I did have a hematoma early on my pregnancy. I went to a regular appointment and told the doctor I had had a very light spotting. When she checked she said I had a small hematoma. Nothing to worry about.
I'm 35 weeks now, baby's healthy, no more hematomas around
I remember at that time I wondered if it could have been caused by my daughter kicking me on the belly..
If you don't bleed, like in a period, I would definitely not give it a second thought. You are fine! Hematomas are very common, just like the bruises you get on arms or legs, they will eventually go away
I had a small hematoma and had light spotting from week six through week 10. Mostly dark brown but intermittently red. I had ultrasounds a bit more frequently (every 2 weeks) but I was told they most often resolve on their own if small. I saw my Dr last week and she scheduled a month out for next appoitnment. Bleeding stopped so I'm assuming that's good. I'm 10+3.
I had a subchorionic bleed which was extremely heavy bleeding with 3-6 quarter sized clots a day from week 6-12. Went in for weekly ultrasounds to check growth and heartrate. I was 25 then, had a healthy baby boy who is now 12.
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