Baby, ja neviem...teraz som nasla clanok o hematom v ges. vacku: kopcim:
My daughter-in-law just found out she has a blood pool in her gestational sac. She is maybe 4 weeks pregnant. This was visible on the ultrasound. They said it wasn't a worry but what would cause that and could it be serious? Thanks, Grandma Marge
Answer Dear Grandma Marge,
I understand the concern. Anytime there is a break from what we consider "normal" during pregnancy, we tend to panic. But please know that these things have been happening since pregnancies have been happening. We simply have the ability to see all kinds of things and see them very early now.
It sounds like what is going on with your daughter-in-law might be what is called a subchorionic hematoma. A subchorionic hematoma is simply a collection of blood either within the folds of the developing placenta or between the placenta and the uterine wall. A small to moderate sized hematoma will usually dissipate on its own and not have any negative effect on the pregnancy. At times it can cause some vaginal bleeding/spotting. Large hematomas that hemorrhage can carry a higher risk to the pregnancy. Thus, the smaller the hematoma the better.
It sounds as if hers might be fairly small in size. If so, the blood should be reabsorbed and it will resolve itself - which is likely why the doctor has shown very little concern. During the next ultrasound, they will look at it again and re-measure to make sure that it is the same size or smaller. As long as there is appropriate fetal growth and a strong, steady heart rate by 6-7 weeks, you/she should have no serious concerns regarding this hematoma.
I hope this has helped you and answered your question. I wish you well.
Okej baby...tak ja si dam tri denne (ja len viete, kedze mi to nikto nepredpisal, tak mam take male zdraaahanie )....a poviem mame nech mi posle...snad to slovenske postarky nepozeru, ako sa mi uz viac krat stalo
Na zahu je vyborna ta zasadita mineralka,co sa predava v lekarnach..Vsetky moje tehu-zname ju pili a fakt kazdej pomohla..Ale zaucinkovala tehudemencia a zabudla som jej nazov...Ked si spomeniem,napisem
Endzi, to je hlupost,ze by si ju mala vnutri...Ta placenta je este malicka,to by ani nevideli...A na stene tiez nie..:To je hovadina...Ona ten hematom nenasla,tak si tipla....Ale podla mna je vylucene,ze by si ho mala tam...
Endzi a ja ti "poviem" tak-ja som mala hematom vacsi ako mimi (ten prvy) a len som spinila,aj to len rano...Hematom, z kt. by si krvacala sa jednoducho do toho vaku nevojde a preto ti ho tam ten slovensky dr nenasiel...Ak si krvacala z hematomu, musel byt inde...Fakt nevie, ako mohli v 4tt najst nejaky hematom vnutri vaku..
tu je dalsie, tak vseobecne: Diagnosing Subchorionic Hematoma
Diagnosing a SCH is based on its symptoms and visualization via ultrasound scan. Many women visit the doctor or emergency department with the chief complaint of vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy. An ultrasound, either transvaginal or abdominal, would more than likely be carried out. During the ultrasound scan, the doctor or radiologist will locate the fetus and assess it’s current condition. Identifying a SCH by an untrained eye is difficult. The clot appears as a black mass within the uterus. It almost appears as if another placenta is present. Ordinary ultrasound images appear blackish with visuals of bone. After a visual of the blood clot is made, and it appears a woman is not having a miscarriage, the diagnosis of SCH is made.
Having a diagnosis of SCH instead of a miscarriage is probably a relief but having SCH comes with it’s own concerns.
Sorry ze tu s tym obtazujem...uz koncim s tym...ja len, ze to asi existuje aj v tom gest. vacku
Lubka, si myslis ze ja rozumiem vsetkemu? ale pochopit som to pochopila
vo 4tt inak nebyva cast vidiet ani vacok a nieto este nieco v nom tiez ma to zarazilo akurat browsujem nase stranky, len si neviem spomebut na hesla, niekde, cize to necham na zajtra aale zatial som nic take nenasla