I had one with my current pregnancy and it resolved itself. The out come of the pregnancy can depend on many think. Some women lose their pregnancies while the majority give birth to healthy babies. There is a support group on Baby Center for women that have subchorionic hemorrhages. They have a big help to me and answered my questions. Good luck
In most cases it is harmless. You should be put on pelvic rest though...no intercourse, no excerise.
I had it throughout my entire first trimester. At every ultrasound I was sure baby was gone, but no...right now I am feeling some of my first flutters.
I had one with my son. It was discovered when I had some bleeding at 14 weeks. Mine was absorbed and healed itself by the time my 20 week ultrasound was performed. I have a healthy almost 3 year old little boy.
I found out I had one at 14 Weeks and the doctor scared me telling me the baby had a 50% chance and I'd have to be on bed rest for months... A month later it fixed itself and I was back on my feet now looking back I should never have freaked out so much its actually very common. Just stay rested and do what the doctor says im sure youll be fine hang in there