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D&J2017    1

Hi to everyone.

Just few lines to update our process,

Yesterday our GC had some bleeding spots and some uncomfortable pain and came in to our fertility clinic, though she had been graduated last week, (she asked us if we wanted to first, and of course we agreed).

They did her an ultrasound and our little baby was really good, we were 9w6d and she measured 3cm and her heartbeat was 178bpm.

They didn’t find out any rest of blood inside her uterus and everything looked just normal.

Our Dr told her just to take this weekend easy and, if the bleeding didn’t stop then come back to the progesterone injections, but they said everything was looking normal, just our baby was starting moving a lot and also told us that movements were just good signal and normal.

We were so worried about this, as most of you know, we are international IP and we are so far from where our GC lives, but we want to thank her not only for all her accurate care of our little baby but also because she is really involved and giving us all the information, thanks to God we found her because is the best mate ever wanted.

Now we will try to keep calm and breath deep and take it easy but would like to ask you if someone has had that situation along their process.

Today we are starting 10week.

Thank you so much for your help always.

Take care,

d&j

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beachalice    24

Bleeding is very very common with IVF pregnancies unfortunately.  It could have been her body simply adjust to the change in progesterone. 

It sounds like you received a great update!  Fingers crossed for the next 6-7 months!

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traci72    202

I know it doesn't make it any easier or less worrisome, but as mentioned above, bleeding is quite common, especially in IVF pg's. It's called an SCH...subchorionic hemotoma. Basically it's a bruise somewhere in the uterus. It can be located just about anywhere. Sometimes it's small enough or high enough up that it is reabsorbed and one might never notice or realize it and sometimes it's a bit larger or placement makes it being expelled more likely. If it's located closer to the cervix or is slightly larger, it's more likely to come out vs be reabsorbed. Often it is not a reason to be concerned and resolves just fine on it's own w/no adverse effects. Other times there can be pain or cramping associated and longer bleeding/spotting, in which case she would be monitored more closely, put on pelvic rest, possibly bed rest until it resolves. The problem w/bed rest is that it doesn't do anything to help and depending on the length of time, can be more detrimental in the long run. 

 

It's a GREAT sign that they saw baby and she was doing so well. Also, if they weren't able to visualize the bleed, it may be gone now, which would be great! I know it's always easier said than done, but deep breaths and try not to worry too much. Fingers crossed that it's resolved and your GS and baby will be well.

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D&J2017    1

Thank you for your comments.

Ww spoke yesterday to our GC and told us the bleeding had stopped and the pain was sore but said normal, so we are so happy to see that both look like are in good conditions.

Lets cross our fingers for a good rest of pregnancy.

Thanks a lot for your help, always.

d&j

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