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subchorionic hematoma
i am 7 weeks tomorrow i found out a couple days ago i have a sch and it is 1.8cm. I havent had bleeding just two days  of light brownish pinkish discahrge which is old blood. does this mean its going away or is it gettting bigger i have no idea what to expect im scared and dont want to have a miscarriage. my baby look great his/her heart beat was 125. i need answers or even advice i havent been doing much just laying around alot!
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933846 tn?1353456048
Hi Dora,

You probably want to post this on the Pregnancy 18-24 forum for a better answer. Maybe someone here can help but this forum is for Women that are due in October. The Pregnancy 18-24 Forum has more members with a variety of experience. Good Luck!
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933846 tn?1353456048
I mean for women due in March :D
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hey dont worry or stress im almost 14 weeks and everything has been great and i have a sch as well i had 1 day of brownish discharge no clue what it was from when i had an ultrasound almost 2 weeks ago 4 weeks from the one that showed the sch they didnt say anything about it!! dont stress over things like sch as thats something we can not control and it really brings no harm to our babys!!! good luck momma!!
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