During my 2nd month of pregnancy, i went for Transviginal Ultrasound and was diagnosed with Subchronic Hemorrhage or Subchronic Hematoma, its actually bleeding behind the placenta and i was worried that time coz it sounds danger.
Though i found out that Subchronic Hemorrhage is just normal during the first trimester of pregnancy and normally seen during the first trimester ultrasound as it occurs from the rapid growth of the gestational sac.
In most cases, this clot will clear up allowing the pregnancy to progress normally. Best treatment for this is bed rest though doctor will also prescribe you a certain medicine to avoid miscarriage specially if your working.
If neglected, it can also be dangerous specially to larger Hematoma that will cause placental abruption and might caused vaginal bleeding that will lead to miscarriage. So better contact your doctor if you have vaginal bleeding to avoid any complication.
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