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LuvMacs said:Strange story.Women whose pregnancy is complicated by premature separation of the placenta develop vaginal bleeding. Did she not notice the bleeding & only respond to the high heart rate notifications? It takes substantial blood loss to cause the heart rate to increase.
please do us a favor and only post something if you have more than a semi-knowledge at best. As an old Roman said: si tacuisses philosophus mansisses.
placental abruption might cause vaginal bleeding but that depends on the location of the placenta site and if the bleeding tunnels to the cervix.. Many of them don ´t bleed at all as the hemorrhage accumulates behind the placenta itself.
Many have massive abdominal pain.
Have seen a multitude with symptoms ranging from nearly nothing at all up to massive bleeding and pain.
With best regards
ObGyn since 1997.