My wife is 11 weeks pregnant and in the early
I need to know if excessive coughing and sneezing could have caused this and what are the chances of this haemorrhage to go away on its own.
What precautions can I take to ensure it does not grow further
Proper rest can help in improvement.
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A small subchorionic hemorrhage in an early pregnancy can happen due to any stressful activity like coughing, sneezing, lifting heavy weight, doing an undue exercise, etc.
This can gradually resolve on taking proper rest and as the placenta grows with the growing gestational age. You can get her serum progesterone levels tested and start with proper supplements after consulting with her gynecologist. She needs to avoid all the stressful activities like constipation, cough, exercise, etc.
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Can this have an effect on pregancy?
Please let me know some ways to overcome gas trouble
Gas will not affect pregnancy.
Thanks for writing again.
Having slightly more than normal gas is commonly seen during pregnancy. She can have some ginger juice with honey regularly to tackle this problem. Taking antacids and liquid enzyme preparations after meals will also help. This will not affect her pregnancy but can cause a discomfort to her.
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Are there tablets that can resolve the haemorrage situation? Can you suggest any.
Of course I will NOT take these tablets without consulting with my gynecologist, but I just want to know to comfort my wife that yes there are medications that can help Haemorrage NOT to grow.
Medicines can prevent further hemorrhage.
The medicines for subchorionic hemorrhage are hemostatics and progesterone supplements. These only prevent any further bleeding from the placenta. The blood that has already collected in the area gets resolved slowly with time. Medicines cannot help in disappearance of the blood that is already present.
You can get these medicines prescribed from her gynecologist.
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