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I had sonography done at 6weeks of pregnancy it says minimal perisac haemorrhage in the form of anechoic collection is noted . Please tell me what does that mean .will i have a normal preganancy ? also is there any way to cure it
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minimal perisac haemorrhage in the form of anechoic collection is noted in sonography ..
other results are
single live intrauterine gestation
cardiac activity is seen and is regular
gestational sac is turgid
chorionic fluid is adequate
normal cardiac activity and fetal movements
internal OS is closed at present
fetal growth parameters
CRL =1.7 cm - 6 weeks & 4 days
GSD = .31cm - 6 weeks &0 day
average gestatopma; age : 6 weeks 0 day

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replied October 22nd, 2010
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A perisac hemorrhage is also known as “subchorionic hemorrhage". It is merely a sequestration of blood or bleeding in the developing placenta. It does not cause a miscarriage, and usually it has no effect on the fetus. All you need is to be on complete bedrest as long as you are bleeding or having abdominal cramps, but the bleeding usually dissipates within weeks. Don't worry about it. Be in regular follow up with your obstetrician. If you are very worried, get a repeat scan done in a week or 10 days time to confirm that baby is doing fine (scan will also confirm if bleeding has become more). Your present scan shows that baby is doing well, so relax yourself and eat well, and be on bedrest.
Take care.

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