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What is Retrochorial Hematoma?

Description of the Disease

Retrochorial hematoma is a bleeding that occurs behind the placenta during pregnancy. It can cause various complications and requires medical intervention.


  • Retrochorial hematomas are divided into two types: active bleeding and limited hematoma.


  • Pain in the lower abdominal area
  • Bleeding
  • Maternal symptoms


The main causes of retrochorial hematoma are increased pressure in the venous system and disruption of blood flow in the uterus.


Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging are used for diagnosing retrochorial hematoma.


Treatment of retrochorial hematoma involves controlling blood pressure, using medication to improve blood flow, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


Prevention includes maintaining a healthy lifestyle, regular check-ups with a gynecologist, and following all medical prescriptions during pregnancy.


Retrochorial hematoma is treated by a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.