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December 17th, 2012, 07:11 PM
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And I'm not sure what questions I should ask.

I have a large subchorionic hematoma and I've been bleeding for about 2 weeks now. He'll be doing the anatomy scan at his office, rather than my regular doctor, so I'm sure he'll check for all the normal things that they check for during an anatomy scan.

I know he'll be checking to see if there's any blood flow to it and the size and whatnot. I know there's nothing they can do but watch it which means all I can do is sit around and fret over it.

Anyone on the boards dealt with something like this at this stage in their pregnancy?
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December 19th, 2012, 09:57 AM
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Are you on bedrest? I would be curious about ways to help minimize any effects of the SCH. Good luck at your visit!
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