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133 Possible Causes for Second Trimester Bleeding

  • Abruptio Placentae

    Spotting (during first and second trimester) Bleeding that is sudden, profuse and PAINLESS (during end of second trimester, or during third trimester) Note: Bleeding may occur[] We report the case of a 25-year-old woman who presented with painless abruptio placentae and coagulopathy during the second trimester.[] All vaginal bleeding in the second or third trimester should merit a call to a healthcare practitioner.[]

  • Placenta Previa

    second or third trimester.[] bleeding, second- and third-trimester bleeding is usually due to abnormal placental implantation.[] […] that occurs during the second or third trimester of your pregnancy.[]

  • Cervical Incompetence

    Second-trimester bleeding reduced gestational age by 6.4 weeks, chorioamnionitis by 5.6 weeks, placental abruption by 5.1 weeks, PROM by 3.2 weeks and severe preeclampsia[] In addition, some women experience symptoms that the cervix is changing too early, such as: Cramping Lower backache Pelvic pressure Spotting (bleeding) during the second trimester[] It is the cause of 20-25% of miscarriages in the second trimester.[]

  • Placental Infarction

    The histopathological abnormalities seen at autopsy in the brains and corresponding placentas of a consecutive four-year series of stillborn infants are presented. After excluding stillbirths with major cerebral malformations, the brains of 175 cases and the corresponding placentas in 165 cases were available for[…][]

  • Bicornuate Uterus

    bleeding during pregnancy is uncommon, particularly during second and third trimester.[] Here, we present a rare case of repeated bleeding up to second trimester in a pregnant patient with bicornuate uterus.[] Here, we present management of a case of repeated bleeding in a pregnant woman with bicornuate uterus who continued to have repeated bleeding up to late second trimester.[]

  • Placentitis

    Between 1978 and 1983 1240 singleton placentas were examined macroscopically and histologically. In 82 cases (6.6%) a "chronic placentitis" was diagnosed. The pathognomonic inflammatory foci were localized within the placental villi. The vast majority showed mixtures of both fibrohistiocytes and lymphoid cells, which were[…][]

  • Hydatidiform Mole

    We present a case of a molar pregnancy with a euploid fetus who had close fetal evaluation for second trimester bleeding.[] […] symptoms or persistent nausea and vomiting Bleeding or spotting in the first or second trimester. ( spotting or heavy, intermittent or continuous, usually light) No fetal[] Her abdomen was gravid appearing, approximately early to mid-second trimester in size.[]

  • Complete Hydatidiform Mole

    We present a case of a molar pregnancy with a euploid fetus who had close fetal evaluation for second trimester bleeding.[] We report a case of a primigravida who presented with vaginal bleeding at early second trimester.[] trimester with vaginal bleeding, rapid uterine enlargement, excessive uterine size for dates, hyperemesis gravidarum or preclampsia before 24 weeks.[]

  • Gastroschisis

    CASE REPORT A primigravida with an uncomplicated pregnancy and a normal targeted ultrasound presented late in the second trimester of pregnancy with antepartum bleeding of[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    This is a report of spontaneous rupture of posterior wall of the uterus in the second trimester of pregnancy presented as intra-abdominal bleeding.[]

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