We have strict sourcing guidelines and only link to reputable media sites, academic research institutions and, whenever possible, medically peer reviewed studies. Note that the numbers in parentheses [1], [2], etc. Chorion is the name of a thin, but elastic and strong, film that protects the resulting fertilization of the egg, and subsequently the fetus. It is formed from the first days of conception. Further, with further development of the embryo against a background of normal development of the fetus, this film is transformed into a placenta. But there are situations when the development fails, leading to the separation of the embryo from the chorion.

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We have strict sourcing guidelines and only link to reputable media sites, academic research institutions and, whenever possible, medically peer reviewed studies. Note that the numbers in parentheses [1], [2], etc. Retrochorial hematoma is formed due to rejection of the ovum in the place of which a cavity with coagulated blood arises.

A hematoma is a bruise that, when a healthy organism is, resolves itself. We invite you to learn about the causes of this disease, the main symptoms, diagnosis and treatment methods. Retrochorial hematoma appears due to the peculiarities of the functioning of the female body.

Often this pathology is associated with hormonal changes, but it is very difficult to say exactly what causes the appearance of a retrochorial hematoma in the first months of pregnancy. Only a gynecologist can diagnose it and prescribe effective treatment. Independently treat the disease is absolutely impossible, since this can cause miscarriage.

But its appearance may be due to hormonal disruptions and disturbances in the female body hormonal restructuring is an integral part of pregnancy , high physical exertion, diseases and inflammatory processes of the urinary system. Despite the fact that it may occur for the reasons described above, it is almost impossible to determine exactly what provoked its appearance and prevent it.

In some patients, retrochorial hematoma appears due to the anatomical features of the structure of the genital organs. The possible causes of the disease are determined after a full examination and diagnosis. The main and most common symptoms of the disease are brown discharge.

In addition to discharge, a woman may experience nagging pain in the lower abdomen. This symptom is triggered by the development or resorption of hematoma.

The discharge suggests that it began to dissolve and is gradually eliminated from the body. But, despite this, it is mandatory to visit a gynecologist. The doctor will help alleviate the symptoms of the disease and prescribe treatment. The woman has pains in the lower abdomen, and smearing brown discharge, which causes fear and fear for the future baby.

But do not panic, as retrochorial hematoma during pregnancy occurs in many expectant mothers and is perfectly treatable. It is formed at the time of detachment of the ovum from the chorion. Most often, the disease occurs in the first months of pregnancy. At the site of detachment, a cavity is formed with coagulated blood. In identifying this disease, the gynecologist prescribes a gentle and effective treatment to ensure that the pregnancy passes without complications.

But instead of discharge, other symptoms speak of its appearance. First of all, it is pulling pain in the lower abdomen. Please note that the appearance of discharge indicates resorption of hematoma, but their absence causes a number of concerns. If in the first trimester of pregnancy, pain in the lower abdomen began to bother you, but they are not accompanied by brown discharge, immediately contact a gynecologist, since the cause of the pain may be retrochorial hematoma.

In this case, the gynecologist conducts an ultrasound study to diagnose the disease and prescribe a treatment that will allow it to resolve. The organization stage is evidence that the danger has passed, and a woman can safely enjoy the course of pregnancy. Retrochorial hematoma at the organization stage should be accompanied by brownish smear secretions. Much worse if the discharge is bloody, that is, red. In this case, the woman needs immediate medical attention. Note that if you are diagnosed with a retrochorial hematoma in the organization stage, this is good, since it means that the bruise is resolved.

But this process may be accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen. The consequences depend on the symptoms. If the hematoma causes pain, is accompanied by brown secretions and was diagnosed early in pregnancy, then this is normal. As in this case, the woman can give birth naturally, and there is no threat to the birth and the child. If the retrochorial hematoma appeared in the late stages of pregnancy, then a woman is given a caesarean section during labor.

The operation is not performed in due time, but earlier, as a rule, at the 38th week of pregnancy. But do not worry, as the retrochorial hematoma does not bear the fatal consequences for the mother or child.

The only method that accurately diagnoses the retrochorial hematoma is ultrasound. Using the diagnostic method of ultrasound can determine the localization, its size and shape. Due to this, the gynecologist can make treatment tactics and predict the disease. It can be diagnosed both in the first months of pregnancy and at a later period.

But both in the first and in the second case, retrochorial hematoma is treatable.


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