Study shows the risk of miscarriage is not increased in patients with a subchorionic bleed
Patients who are pregnant and informed that they have a subchorionic bleed in their uterus often experience significant emotion and physical concerns. Often they are concerned that this event will lead to, or can be told that this will lead to a higher risk of having a miscarriage. Recently this was studied and the results showed that a subchorionic hemorrhage in patients with a viable pregnancy are not at increased risk of the pregnancy leading to a spontaneous miscarriage. This should give peace of mind to patients who are experiencing this event. For more information, please visit this link.