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I had a placental abruption and delivered at 27 weeks with my first pregnancy. It was very scary but she's 4 years old now and a beautiful, smart, loving, happy, practically perfect little girl! (I'm not biased at all!)
I think the fact that they're calling it a "slight" abruption and just prescribing pelvic rest is a really good sign. I had a friend who had a partial abruption at 24 (maybe 25) weeks and needed bed rest but made it to 36 weeks before delivering a perfectly healthy baby.
How did your appointment go today? How are you feeling?
Sending lots of prayers your way!
When I was 35 weeks I woke up to massive bleeding and rushed to hospital. Dr did ultrasound and said I had a partial abruption they planned to monitor me for a bit to decide the best treatment. within the half hour I had more bleeding and they needed to deliver. My daughter was born healthy and fine. Luckily my next pregnancy I had no abruption.
I did have a girl with me in hosptial during my last pregnancy that we 23 weeks and had a suspected partial abruption. She was left on hospital bedrest until 37 weeks when she delivered.