First the good news:
Nombie is hanging in there. The placenta still looks like it's firmly attached. HB was 174bpm, and measuring alright. Nombie even twitched an arm for us during the ultrasound. So that's good.
Now the bad news:
The clot hasn't changed in size. It's good that it hasn't gotten bigger, but it's already REALLY big and it hasn't gotten any smaller at all. I'm going to stay on bed rest, and we need to follow up on Tuesday.
Obviously still at risk for miscarriage. My doctor seems cautiously optimistic that it will dissolve eventually, and feels good about the placement of the clot relative to Nombie... I can't share her cautious optimism. I've known women who have lost their pregnancies because of subchronic hematomas... so I know it's a possibility. I can hope for the best, but I don't expect anything (good or bad). I'm just going to keep doing everything I can, and keep waiting this out.