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Query about subchorionic bleed - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi i am 7 weeks pregnant. I was diagnosed with subchronic bleed which was resolved ( in sonography that i did yesterday) and the fetal heartbeat etc was normal. Ive had no bleeding for a week. Today i suddenly saw pinkish discharge after an orgasm. what does this mean.
User :   hello?
User :   ?
User :   helo
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi did u get my question
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   What is the age of pregnancy now
User :   can u help
User :   i am 7 weeks
Doctor :   How much is the bleed?
Doctor :   How many pads I mean?
User :   a small amount only after i wiped
Doctor :   What was the size of the subchorionic bleed
User :   it hasnt come onto a pad
Doctor :   That is fine
User :   it is not mentioned in my just says a small subchronic bleed. but that was resolved within a week
Doctor :   I think it should not be worried
Doctor :   You can just continue a worry free pregnancy
User :   thank u. But can this subchroic bleed re occur?
User :   and what if i continue to bleed?
Doctor :   If you continue to bleed then you have to get a Ultrasound scan again
Doctor :   Subchorionic bleed usually dissipates
User :   ok but as of now i should not worry? why is this bleed happening/
Doctor :   Bleeding can happen because of the placental disruption or simple tear because of the sexula interocure
User :   so should i continue my daily activities or take rest
Doctor :   Take rest
Doctor :   and no hard sexual interocurse for 12 weeks
Doctor :   is what I recommend
User :   till the bleeding stops?
Doctor :   yes
User :   ok thank u.
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