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During the first trimester, placenta separation in early pregnancy is difficult to ... Separation, also called "placental abruption," is usually diagnosed after the ...

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Hi Ladies, I wanted to find out if any of you have experienced a placental abruption, specifically during your first trimester. I miscarried in ...

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Learn all about this serious pregnancy complication in which the placenta ... Find out why back pain is so common during pregnancy, and discover tips to help ...

www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/pregnancy-health/complications/placental-abruption.aspx

Some vaginal spotting during pregnancy can be disconcerting — but fortunately in many cases, it's nothing to worry about. However if you experience vaginal ...

www.marchofdimes.org/pregnancy/placental-abruption.aspx

If you have severe placental abruption (placenta separating from the wall of the uterus), your baby is ... Bleeding and spotting from the vagina during pregnancy.

americanpregnancy.org/pregnancy-complications/placental-abruption

May 2, 2017 ... Placental abruption is the separation of the placenta from the ... to try to make this diagnosis during pregnancy so that proper treatment can be ...

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I am nearly 7 weeks pregnant and had a partial placenta abruption. I had a sudden gush of blood and we rushed to the ER. After a long wait the ...

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Placental abruption, or separation of the placenta before delivery, can occur at any time during a pregnancy. However, most of the time it will happen during the  ...

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The risk factors for placental abruption in the first trimester include smoking, drug abuse, alcoholism, chronic diabetes, malnutrition, acute hypertension, ...