hey guys so since about 9 weeks ive been really sick started with a subchrionic haematoma been bledding etc babies fine etc ive been in for 2 scans after that my 12 week scan it was still there but no problems, so few days ago i got rushed to emergency ultrasound with mucus and bleeding seriously to find babies happy healthy etc but i now have 2 haematomas 1 above gestional sack one below of quite serious size so this is the reason for bleeding. theyve now changed my subchronic to perigestational haematoma at a size of 29x9x22mm has any on had this im on contanst observation now have to be checked at womens hospital every 2-4 weeks but im told im a high risk of losing my baby.
my baby measures 73mm at 13 weeks 2days is that a normal measurement???
im really scared
If u have an iPhone this is an app that tells you wat u body gies thru and size bub should be a found it good so far to know what's going on.. Called baby lite the one with a bit more info costs but so worth it. :) love knowing what happening week by week
Are u on complete bedrest? If not u should b. I think ur baby is measuring fine. You can be plus or minus a bit on the measurement and be fine. Keep ur feet up and stay put and drink lots of water and hopefully those hematomas go away!
I know its rough but hang in there. I was on bedrest with my first son for most of my pregnancy. (Hematoma, low lying placenta, blood pressure) I was on it again for the last 3 months with my second son.(blood pressure) So I know how u feel! Best of luck to u.
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