" This is an obstertrics ultrasound which demonstrates a single live intrauterine gestation with a crown-rump length of 8.3mm, consistent with 6 weeks 5 days. the yolk sac is present. There is a good decidual reaction. However, there are 2 foci of small subchorionic bleeds, one superior to the site measuring 9 * 7 * 20mm and a further one inferior to the site measuring 11*4*18mm. they are small. the foetal heart rate is 146bpm. the adnexa define normally."
what are these bleeds? what do they mean? why are they bigger than the baby? has anyone experienced this and went full term? please heellllppp sad unsure