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Old Sep 7th, 2017, 05:07 AM   3961
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Do you think the pic I posted of it is anything to be worried about?



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2017, 19:55 PM   3962
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To me that looks small, and probably not problematic. I don't think bed rest is needed unless you're really bleeding badly and possibly having clots come out too. Can you be referred to a specialist to get a 2nd opinion on you sch?



 
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Old Oct 14th, 2017, 11:34 AM   3963
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I'm so glad I found this group. It's good to read all the positive stories.

I had a large bleed at 7+2, and was told that it was a miscarriage. I had a scan the following week, which had already been scheduled due to another issue, and she found a blood clot but no active bleeding. We also saw bean, which came as a huge shock.
I had another really large bleed at 8+4 (with a sizeable clot).
Since then, I've been spotting brown (sorry TMI....with stringy brown clots) pretty much on a daily basis.

Funnily enough, the consultant who did my last scan didn't actually tell me it was an SCH. I requested a copy of the report, which was sent home, and that's where it's listed.

I'm 9+6 today. I have another scan on Tuesday, and have my fingers crossed.
The uncertainty is terrible, waiting to see if you start bleeding again. I'm just taking it one day at a time.

Sending good wishes to everyone.



 
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Old Oct 14th, 2017, 17:35 PM   3964
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I hope your scan goes well We were also told to expect a complete miscarriage . Baby is doing well though



 
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Old Oct 29th, 2017, 13:04 PM   3965
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I'm so glad I found this group!

A few days ago at 12w 5d I went to the bathroom and when I wiped saw a brownish discharge. No big deal I thought, it's brown so it's old. The next time I went it was pink so I called my Dr and the nurse told me to keep an eye on it and let them know if it got heavier or turned red. Well next time I went it was red and there were droplets in the toilet bowl. So I went in to the doc. They got me in for an ultrasound and everything looked fine with the baby. The tech did find a small bleed and the next day the doc called and said it was a small sch and put me on pelvic rest for two weeks.

This morning I woke up to feel liquid rolling off of me. It wasn't a lot a lot but it's more discharge or spotting than I have had this pregnancy. When I reached down to check and see if it was blood, my hand came back clear and it was odorless. I went to the bathroom and had some blood when i wipe but no more than previously. I'm laying on my left side right now and the liquid seems to have stopped. Anyone know I'd this is discharge, something to do with sch, or something more concerning?

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Old Nov 4th, 2017, 16:36 PM   3966
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Vierasky - Sorry you've been diagnosed with an SCH. I feel your pain.
I'm 13 weeks tomorrow, and have had three massive bleeds so far. I had clear/brownish fluid on a few occassions after my second and third bleeds. My first concern was amniotic fluid, but no problems there.
It could be plasma from the clot, but I think it's worth ringing your midwife for reassurance.

Pixie - I hope all is well.

I had a scan on Wednesday. Bean is fine, thankfully. I still have a clot inside, though it is a bit smaller than on my last scan. I'm desperately hoping that I don't have any more bleeding episodes.

I'd like to ask a question about monitoring, please. So far, I've had scans every 1-2 weeks. At my 12 week scan this week, I was told that the next scheduled scan would be at 20 weeks. They apparently don't routinely monitor SCHs, and wouldn't scan me again unless I have another big bleed. What is everyone else's experience WRT monitoring?



 
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Old Nov 5th, 2017, 14:38 PM   3967
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I talked to the on call doc because it was on the weekend. She said that it was normal. I went in on Tuesday because I'd already had an appt scheduled and baby's heartbeat was nice and strong on the doppler. I haven't had a bleed since



 
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Old Nov 6th, 2017, 05:45 AM   3968
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Hey , we're still doing well . So close to V-day (viability) , yet feels so far . I've had no further bleeding and my scans look good so far. Hoping it continues to go well and baby stays put for at least another 10 weeks .



 
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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 22:52 PM   3969
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Is it better to bleed or not to bleed?



 
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Old Nov 8th, 2017, 09:45 AM   3970
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Is it better to bleed or not to bleed?
SCH can bleed out or absorb. Either way it's better than it staying put. Saying that some ladies have full successful pregnancies with a SCH .



 
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