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August 4th, 2011, 12:57 PM
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I have a "tiny" one (subchorionic herorrhage, assuming that's what sch was). They said its not an issue unless its really big. They didn't however define "big". From research I've done if it does become large it can increase the odds of mc, but does not mean it will cause a mc. They are also known to just randomly heal.

The advice I was given, and from what I read was do not lift heavy objects, exercise much, have sex, or stand for long periods of time. I think bottom line is don't do anything that strains the body.
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