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  • spunkie1976 spunkie1976's Avatar 02-01-06 | 09:32 PM
  • Not sure how you spell it. But hope you get the picture. Ok, I had my 20 week scan today, everything baby wise checked out beautifully, though when I had my first u/s done at 12 weeks, I had placenta previa (almost complete coverage) Well when she checked it, it had just moved away from the cervix, but there is a hemoridge behind my placenta, does anyone know what this means? She (u/s tech) did tell me she saw it at my first scan (but she never said anything then) and wanted to compare them, but I had to talk to the Dr about it. And now this has me really freaked out, I've had no spotting or bleeding due to the previa (or the hemoridge) So any help would be greatly appreciated until I can talk to the dr.
  • :domesticgoddess: :domesticgoddess:'s Avatar 02-01-06 | 09:52 PM
  • What you have is a spot behind the placenta where it's bleeding slightly. I had this with my last pregnancy and it was scary but healed just fine. You might have some spotting, even bleeding. You should take it easy - no heavy lifting. It will heal though and it should be just fine!
     
  • AmiKW AmiKW's Avatar 02-01-06 | 09:57 PM
  • Definitely what Tracey said, I wouldn't lift anything heavy! I'd try to take it as easy as you can. I sent you a pm too gal!
     
  • Sharil Sharil's Avatar 02-02-06 | 12:39 AM
  • Take it very easy and what they said no heavy lifting. I wouldnt worry though Tracey has been through pregnancy eight times i would trust her lol.
  • rudolphia rudolphia's Avatar 02-02-06 | 01:05 AM
  • Actually 10 times - what a trooper!

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