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Old Oct 27th, 2016, 02:02 AM   3901
Zita84
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Hi Ladies, so happy i found this group. i'm a midwife in Australia and i thought i knew everything there was to know about pregnancy and then they found a SCH on my 9 week U/S, measuring 4cmx3cm, the consultant tells me its significant and at my gestation its 50/50 whether or not i'll miscarry, something every expectant mum wants to hear!!
At 6 weeks i went for an early U/S as i previously had a missed miscarriage at 9 weeks, they told me there was a tiny SCH seen 0.4mm so to maybe expect bleeding. Which i got on 4 separate episodes, one was rather big (though brown) so had an U/S the same day and they said it had halved in size, so not to worry.
Anyway, i went back for my 9week one as i was nervous due to miscarrying at the same gestation last time and they found this bloody huge one!!
So now I'm beside myself with worry, i havent bled for over a week, so i'm just waitig for the worst to happen. I brought home a doppler and i have managed to find my baby's heartbeat on several occasions so i know all is good with the bean but i feel like I'm on tender hooks all the time!!!



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Old Oct 27th, 2016, 03:10 AM   3902
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It's so scary. I had one with my son (who's now 2y.o.). Not sure if you read through this thread and saw my posts, but I had a lot of bleeding. Bright red and sometimes with tiny clots. There were many times I thought "this is it, I just miscarried"....one time I bleed through my underwear and jeans and blood dumped into the toilet! I don't know how my baby hung on, but he did and I went into labor at 37.5 weeks (he weighed 7lbs2oz - so he was ready! Haha).

Try to be optimistic, although I know it's so hard. Stay on pelvic rest until the sch is 100% gone. No working out, no sex/orgasims, no heavy lifting. Drink lots of water, and if you get those little cramps, stop, rest and put your feet up. Blood in the uterus is an irritant, so you may get pains and cramps. I had some that made me double over in pain. Most of the time though, they were just annoying, constant cramps. Hang in there!



 
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Old Oct 27th, 2016, 19:57 PM   3903
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Hi Ladies, so happy i found this group. i'm a midwife in Australia and i thought i knew everything there was to know about pregnancy and then they found a SCH on my 9 week U/S, measuring 4cmx3cm, the consultant tells me its significant and at my gestation its 50/50 whether or not i'll miscarry, something every expectant mum wants to hear!!
At 6 weeks i went for an early U/S as i previously had a missed miscarriage at 9 weeks, they told me there was a tiny SCH seen 0.4mm so to maybe expect bleeding. Which i got on 4 separate episodes, one was rather big (though brown) so had an U/S the same day and they said it had halved in size, so not to worry.
Anyway, i went back for my 9week one as i was nervous due to miscarrying at the same gestation last time and they found this bloody huge one!!
So now I'm beside myself with worry, i havent bled for over a week, so i'm just waitig for the worst to happen. I brought home a doppler and i have managed to find my baby's heartbeat on several occasions so i know all is good with the bean but i feel like I'm on tender hooks all the time!!!


I just wanted to give you some hope. My SCH baby is almost 19 months old. He's a beautiful, full of personality and life little boy. He was born a healthy 7lb7oz at 39 weeks gestation( induced for unrelated reasons). An absolute light in my life.

It's hard to be positive. I know that. It's scary. But be gentle with yourself and treasure all the moments you have with your little one on the inside.



 
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Old Feb 8th, 2017, 08:20 AM   3904
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Hematoma or twin?


This is my ultrasound at 6weeks 1day, the lady scanning said its either a twin sac or a hematoma she also said shes heading more towards it been a twin! what do you lovelys think?



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Old Feb 8th, 2017, 11:50 AM   3905
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I only have my experience! You can see my scan from 6 weeks blue part is the round sac and dangly foetus and the part circled red was my SCH (it was absorbed by my 12 week scan)

I see quite a difference between the two whereas yours do look similar so at a guess I'd say twins!



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