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5 weeks pregnant, abdominal pain, bleeding. Ultrasound shows fetal heartbeat, blood under baby. Chances of miscarriage?

Well I was with the clinic and they have me an ultrasound at 5 weeks (way early) cuz I was having pains then she called me Monday and said there was a gestational sac but No baby so she scheduled another ultrasound for tomorrow Well I went to the ER lastnight for pains and they did an ultrasound he said babys fine heart beat is good and I m 7 in a half weeks. But there is blood under the baby ER doc says it s fine but when I called the clinic she said I m gonna have a miscarriage now I m scared and don t know what to do
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your query.
If doctor in ER have confirmed fetal heart beats ,chances for miscarriage low .
Hematomas ,the most frequent subchorionic, only 1-3 percent of SCHs will cause a miscarriage.
Take a rest and much water because there is nothing much either you or your doctor can do from prevent the miscarriage.
Take care of your self.
Answered: Sun, 23 Mar 2014
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