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Old Feb 13th, 2018, 14:03 PM   4001
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Thank you! I'm assuming it's good as the scan lady didn't say she could see active bleeding, only a clot... Although I'm not sure what any of it meant tbh, I didn't think to ask questions til I was home! I'm hoping for good news though lol xx



 
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Old Feb 14th, 2018, 12:42 PM   4002
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Apparently not a lot of doctors elaborate about SCH's because mine told me absolutely nothing about mine when I was diagnosed, and a lot of the ladies I've talked to say the same thing! I got all of my info from a support group that I joined on facebook. It's surprising how little people have heard about them when they are as common as they are.



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2018, 09:27 AM   4003
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Iím kind of happy I found this thread. Wanted to give my story real quick. I had some bleeding at 5 weeks and was diagnosed With a SCH. The bleeding only lasted a day. I had a follow up ultrasound 11 days later and the SCH was gone.. because what they thought was a SCH was actually a 2nd sac! Here I am with twins. Still blows my mind that it was mistaken for a SCH but at that stage there was nothing in the sacs.



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2018, 14:47 PM   4004
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Congratulations mel28nicole!



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2018, 16:01 PM   4005
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Did anyone have any pain with their sch? Not like cramping but like an aching uterus? I'm trying to figure out if the pain is from the sch or my csection scar! It just feels like pressure in my lower abdomen, just an achey feeling!



 
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Old Feb 20th, 2018, 17:55 PM   4006
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Yes. I have had an aching uterus for most of this pregnancy. My SCH has resolved, so I'm pretty sure it's not SCH related, just one of the joys of pregnancy.



 
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Old Feb 20th, 2018, 23:19 PM   4007
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Thank you for your reply xx



 
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Old Feb 21st, 2018, 01:14 AM   4008
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I had a SCH which resolved itself by 24 weeks and I'm just waiting on little man now 💙



 
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Old Feb 21st, 2018, 23:10 PM   4009
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Thank you for your reply xx
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Old Feb 25th, 2018, 10:52 AM   4010
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I'm sorry for not responding sooner to everybody's posts. I haven't been on here for ages....

I'm 29 weeks now, and received the all-clear on the SCH front a few weeks back.

6lilpigs - I know this is late, but I'm so sorry

Waitingagirl - I'm so pleased for you. It's such a relief, isn't it?

Ameeann - I had quite a bit of cramping and aches. It's very disconcerting, but I've made it to 29 weeks, so take heart.

Ellie - I had a lot of bleeding (TMI ahead) - 6 bleeding episodes in total, with two so large that they went through my pad and clothes and I had a small amount of blood on the bathroom floor, along with some really large clots! Despite all of that, it resolved and baby is now kicking away happily at 29 weeks. I'm not saying this to frighten you, just to let you know that you can have a lot of bleeding and the SCH can still resolve! Please make sure you stay hydrated, and don't do anything too strenuous.
Regarding bed rest, the EPU didn't suggest it, but when I saw my GP after my 4th bleed, she blew a gasket and put me on medical leave for over a month. I returned to work once I knew that the SCH had resolved.

Mel28nicole - Congratulations! How lovely

Marajade - Thank you for sharing your story. I too had a misdiagnosed miscarriage after my first bleed. I'm so glad things worked out

I concur with Viera - they really don't give you a lot of information on diagnosis. I found out most of what I know from reading the medical literature, and other information sources. I didn't realise that there's a FB group, but TBH, I'm less active on FB than I am on here

Sending good thoughts to everybody. Hope it all works out for all of you



 
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