Question by  gin78 (23)

What are the causes and risk factors associated with a subchorionic hemorrhage?

At my ultrasound this morning the tech noted that I have a bleed between my uterus and the membranes of the placenta, I am concerned that I may lose my baby.


Answer by  worker7186 (198)

A subchorionic hemorrhage when there is bleeding behind you placenta, due to a blood clot. There really is not any spcific risk factors that causes this condition, but smoking, high blood pressure and cocaine use can increase your chances.


Answer by  redmamaof5 (188)

I had this exact same problem, and it is possible to miscarry the baby. However it is very possible to have a successful pregnancy. My baby was born healthy.


Answer by  Lisa50 (493)

The cause of a hemorrhage like that is natural, but it goes away with bed rest. However, it is bleeding behind the placenta, so it needs special care like any other clot you find in the body. The risk factors for this include smoking, drinking, high blood pressure, and cocaine use.


Answer by  GEETZ (388)

do not worry there will be no problem just that kindly be careful have more rest and consult your doctor..


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

Go and consult your doctor immediately because internal bleeding is not good and sometimes may turn out to be harmful for the baby.

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