Hello, doctor, the picture shows the results of B-ultrasound I have done twice. Please help me have a look. I have intermittent bleeding and brown secretions since 4:00 on week 12. B-ultrasound shows that the lower edge of the placenta covers the inner mouth of the cervix. I lie in bed for 4 weeks and rarely walk in the middle. I go to check on week 4 on week 16 today. The lower edge of the placenta is about 2.5cm away from the inner mouth of the cervix, and about 2.5cm behind the middle and upper edge of the placenta × 0.6cm low echo? What does that mean? What is the reason for my repeated bleeding?
First of all, you used to be a placenta previa, that is, the position of the placenta is too low. In this case, the most likely problem is repeated vaginal bleeding. The position of the posterior placenta is a little higher, but it is still a little lower. The low and medium echo may be an old bleeding. You are still in bed. Many people will bleed repeatedly
The placental position can easily lead to bleeding. Low placental position can easily lead to bleeding, so you should have a good rest, especially not strenuous exercise and sex life. The hypoechoic area behind the placenta is still considered to have uterine hematocele. Watch closely.
I suggest you should take a look at this. Sometimes there may be a problem similar to, uh, bleeding or effusion, so you should also take a look at the specific situation. Your uterine orifice is relatively low.
According to your situation, generally when there is something on one side of the cervix, it is generally said that there is no major problem. This situation is generally hypoechoic. In this specific situation, it is necessary to increase physical immunity. If necessary, it is necessary to burst and protect the fetus, and there may be bleeding.