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October 27th, 2011, 05:04 PM
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I have 2 stories of sch, one is good and one not so good. With my second pregnancy I had a massive bleed at 6 weeks and they found a huge sch, monitored it for several weeks as I continued to have bleeding episodes. Baby looked ok at each ultrasound until 8 weeks when I had another big bleed and lost him, I had to take cytotec to pass him.

With my third pregnancy I had another sch found at 6 weeks. I had a small bleed around 8 weeks, went on pelvic rest and was taken out of work, followed weekly with ultrasounds until it appeared to resolve at around 16 weeks. My son is now a healthy 4 month old.

I researched sch quite a bit during this time and found most of the time it is not a big deal, in about 3% of pregnancies it causes miscarriage, so the odds are with you!
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