My Experience with a Subchorionic Hematoma

  What is a Subchorionic Hematoma? About 1 percent of all pregnancies have a Subchorionic Hematoma or SCH. It is the accumulation of blood within the folds of the chorion (the outer fetal membrane, next to the placenta) or between the uterus and the placenta itself. They are usually detected during a routine ultrasound. There is a chance of light to heavy spotting or none at all. Most SCHs resolve themselves and women have healthy pregnancies. At the end of January, I had a positive reading on a pregnancy test and was so excited we would be having a second […]

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