My wife is 35 years old and first time pregnant. She got pregnant naturally. She is running into 18 weeks and five days as of today. No history of any fertility treatment ever. Last week, she had bleeding with clots and tissues (one pad soaked each time) twice in four days interval. We consulted a local doctor and had a 4D ultrasound scan. The fetus is without anomaly but she has low-lying placenta covering the os and a 14x8 mm retroplacental clot was observed. She also has cervical polyp but the local doctor observed bleeding is not due to the polyp. Along with total bed rest, the local doctor prescribed the following:
Sorry for the long post. This is our first time and we are very anxious due to ongoing issues. Please guide us. Thanks.
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Yes, the above medication will be effective and safe. The minimal bleeding will also settle down soon. Since it has been detected by scan, then definitely it is placenta previa.
At this point of time, it is better to avoid journey as it may increase the amount of bleeding.
The placenta will definitely move up slowly as the pregnancy advances.
Since the bleeding has reduced, it will not have any fatal effects on the baby.
Regular timely scans will help to know when intervention is required and your gynecologist is the right person to decide.
So relax and do not worry.
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