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Are you having a miscarriage if you have dark brown bleeding and today passed a huge blood clot and before that you had really bad cramps but the cramps lessened after you passed the clot?

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2007-07-14 01:59:12
2007-07-14 01:59:12

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.

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No, if you are bleeding then yes.

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