5 months pregnant you are have Sharp pains but you are not bleeding are you having a miscarriage?


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2009-04-22 02:20:37
2009-04-22 02:20:37

Only your doctor can answer that question.You should call your provider immediately.


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No it isn't normal to continue bleeding two months after a miscarriage. Do a pregnancy test to find out if your still pregnant. HCG will be gone from your urine now and the test will be negative if your not pregnant. Also contact your doctor about the bleeding. You may have part of the fetus left inside of you which is causing the bleeding.

Not definitely, but it is important that you go to the hospital to get checked out

It is dangerous to get pregnant so fast after a miscarriage.

You can have a miscarriage through out the pregnancy for different reasons.

after having a miscarriage 6 months ago my period is 4 days late.took pregnancy test it came back negative am i pregnant

Yes you can have a miscarriage at any point in pregnancy and not bleed or have any normal signs of miscarriage

It can be a sign of a miscarriage or it can just be "normal" bleeding. If you are bleeding, you should see a doctor as soon as possible. With a miscarriage the bleeding is usually "chunky" and you have cramps, but not always. It could be a sign of miscarriage if its heavy bleeding like a period i had a miscarriage 2 months ago and mine started out with mild cramps then i started to sopt brown and then i was bleeding like a normal period and a few hours later the cramps got really bad talk to your doctor about this. Dont worry to much over it some women do spot when they are pregnant. Good Luck!

Probably not. A week or so either way doesn't mean you are pregnant and some months you don't have all the symptoms. If it was a miscarriage you would have had more than that.

Yes, this is very normal after having a miscarriage. It can take several months for your body to get back to normal.

No! You shouldn't be bleeding unless you're not pregnant!

about two or three days Yes you can but you should wait a few months if you want a better chance to keep it.

The same as when you miscarry earlier in the pregnancy; pain and bleeding.

Yes you could be pregnant. You can conceive pretty much straight away after having a miscarriage. See your doctor for confirmation.

At 8 months it's premature labor or stillborn.

It is very difficult to say. Most bleeding during pregnancy is classified as a threatened miscarriage but 50 percent of the time, results in a full term pregnancy. ANY bleeding during pregnancy needs to be investigated by a medical personal...a doctor or the A&E department as soon as it begins.

You cannot menstruate while pregnant - menstruation only occurs after ovulation if an egg isn't fertilized. If you're pregnant and seeing bleeding it may be a miscarriage, it's important to seek medical attention.

Symptoms of miscarriage include but are not limited to: heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, cramping, loss of pregnancy symptoms, dizziness, and abdominal pain. If you feel that you could be having a miscarriage or have any type of bleeding during pregnancy you should call your Dr. If you are having heavy bleeding (more than 1 pad per hour), back/shoulder pain, smelly discharge, yellow/green discharge, or fever you should go to the ER immediately.

No, she had a miscarriage 2 months after conception.

If you're having periods, you're not pregnant. Other bleeding during pregnancy could be a very bad sign for the health of the foetus however, so go to the doctor if you're sure you're pregnant but bleeding.

20-25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, but having one miscarriage does not put you at any greater risk of having another. Good luck

No it is not. See you doctor to find out what is wrong.

The average time to get pregnant is 8,5 months. 3 months is nothing. If you've had no luck in 1 year you can seek help.

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