Thanks for your query.
is a vascular tumour of the placenta. If it is less than 5 cm in size, it is unlikely to cause any problems.
A large chorioangioma can cause less blood supply to the baby. In serious cases, it can cause heart failure
in the baby, which your doctor refers to as "hydrops".
Fortunately, in your case, the chorioangioma is small and does not seem to have had any effect on the baby. Your doctor will probably keep a close eye on you and monitor the baby with frequent scans to make sure that all is proceeding smoothly. In case of any problems, treatment is available nowadays to close this vascular connection. As you have already reached 32 weeks of pregnancy
without any issues, I would expect the rest of the pregnancy to proceed normally as well.
I wish you all the best.