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Question by  Liz17 (17)

What are the normal treatments for a subchorionic hemorrhage?


Answer by  BlueCollarBri (118)

Quite honestly you should be directing this question to your personal healthcare professional. Treatments can vary depending on the patient condition, age, weight, medical history and other factors. If you are unable to do this then I would recommend researching in an American Medical Association research book at the library.


Answer by  FrankieRoma (84)

My sister had a subchorionic hemorrhage at week 10. For those who don't know part of placenta is detached from the uterus and sometimes a clot forms. The Dr. had her do no lifting, pulling or pushing and said that after several weeks it would reattach and it did.

Reply by Marcus8 (84):
Actually it is usually caused by bleeding behind the placenta which is often caused by a clot. The clot will dissolve away and the pregnancy will move on quite normally.  add a comment

Answer by  Kerrelyn295 (59)

well this condition is pretty common with pregnancy and generally is the main cause for bleeding in the first and second trimesters. Usually bed rest and restricted movement or exercise is the prescription for getting better. Usually the woman has to get another ultrasound within a few weeks or so.

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