hello, i just has a mic\scarriage on nov. 8th 2006. most likely u have already had a one. with mine there was alot of pain ,bleeding, and bloodclots.
It is highly likely you are having a miscarriage. But it can be incomplete even though the pains reduce. Because there is then a risk of infection you need to seek medical help. I would also request an ultrasound as you will need a D. and C. procedure but just occasionally the baby may still be OK and would die because of the procedure. I always play it safe and request one anyway.
No, if you are bleeding then yes.
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!
yes, cramps and some bleeding, also some light nausea in some women
While bleeding by itself is not a sure sign of miscarriage, it is quite likely when combined with cramps that are similar to period pains or mild labor. An ultrasound is the best way to be absolutely sure, combined with a blood test.
Yes she can be pregnant, and if she is pregnant and is bleeding she is at risk of a miscarriage, and should see a doctor immediately.
I am sorry to hear of your loss. It is not really an amount of time, but how complete the miscarriage is. The earlier the miscarriage the more likely it is to be complete. If you lose what appears to be a complete sac and the bleeding and cramps are no worse than a period then you can deal with this at home. If bleeding and/or cramps are severe either go to the doctor or to the emergency department of a hospital.
Bleeding heavily, your pee can go from a darker yellow to a lighter yellow, random cramps. The cramps can be identified as menstrual cramps but some sharp pains.
You would USUALLY have cramps with bleeding. But it is not always the case. If you are bleeding heavily, consult a doctor straight away. They may be able to save the pregnancy.
Everybody is diffrent my friend had clots and very heavy bleeding and cramping at about 11 weeks but the baby was fine and healthy on the other hand there is me i had clots bleeding and contraction like cramps and ive miscarriage
* The most common and clear symptom of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding associated with or without pain. The blood color can range from brown to bright red and could be accompanied by cramps. Bleeding could be in the form of mild spotting, persistent bleeding, heavy bleeding and passage of large clots.
Yes. Accomponied by heavy bleeding and menstrual like cramps. Go to an emergency room
Only your doctor after doing an ultrasound can tell for sure.
well one I know of is extremely heavy bleeding (like a period) maybe cramps.
during a miscarriage u experience heavy bleeding, the blood must be red with clots, also u experience pain or cramps under your stomach feels like menstrual cramps, pain in ur back and waist. See ur doctor regargdless if u think its not a miscarriage u can never be sure, any bleeding u experience what so ever it may not be a miscarriage but bleeding is generally not good
No. If you feel the need, go to your local doctor and have them do a pelvic exam. Severe cramps with blood clots may indicate many things, including a miscarriage. The cramps could also just be cramps.
When miscarriage cramps and such as stomach pain is a symptom of misscarige
No, any cramps or bleeding while pregnant is abnormal and usually the sign of a miscarriage. If this occurs during a pregnancy go to the hospital straight away.
Once you have passed all of the "contents of pregnancy" the bleeding may subside and the cramps lessen. Everyone is different. Your body is going through a lot during a miscarriage and the cramping is the uterus contracting to empty, so as time goes on the cramps should lighten. Hello - It is possible yes. I am very sorry about your miscarriage. See your Doctor to make certain the Foetus has been expelled.
Get used to it pregnancy is all around uncomfortable.. but if it hurts badly or you have bleeding with the cramps rush to the doctor it could be a miscarriage
Cramps are contractions of the uterus. They can be a normal part of a spontanious or induced miscarriage. However, it is important to have follow up doctor care after a miscarriage to make sure all the tissue is expelled.
Generally, the cramping of miscarriage is of greater severity than even menstrual cramps. They tend to come in waves, accompanied by an increase in blood loss. Also, what you lose may be more solid than is usual in a period. Bleeding and the cramping will increase over a period of time.
They shouldn't be heavy cramps
You might have a tubal pregnacy, it is a miscarriage, but can be very dangerous and fatal if it ruptures the tube. Call your doctor immediately and have a sonagram done immediately.