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7 weeks pregnant. Blood around baby s sack, heartbeat loud. Ultrasound scan done. Advise?

I am 7 weeks pregnant and had a ultrasound done last Saturday and it showed there was blood around the babies sack....what can cause that and is my baby in any danger cause of that.....I heard the babies heartbeat and it sounded loud and strong I am just worried either I am going to miscarry or my baby will die in utero cause of the blood surrounding the sack...
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
It appears as if you have had a subchorionic bleed..
The chorion and amnion are the membranes which surround the baby and further develop into the placenta and provide support for the growing pregnancy.
If there is bleeding in these tissues there is a danger of miscarriage.
You should take appropriate medicines for supporting the baby as advised by your obstetrician.
Take rest, avoid dehydration.
Avoid intercourse and stress.
Only a review scan will show if the bleeding has stopped or progressed.
ALl the best.
Answered: Wed, 8 May 2013
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