Spotting While Pregnant

Can you have a miscarriage after only being pregnant one month?


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2010-12-28 21:43:42
2010-12-28 21:43:42

Definitely. In fact, it is one of the most common times to have a miscarriage, although many go unnoticed as a late or heavy period.


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A fetus may not develop properly, in which case a miscarriage at one month is the normal way for nature to solve the problem.

Other than to have a miscarriage, the only way to end a pregnancy is to have an abortion.

you can get pregnant only once a month, once your pregnant you cant get pregnant till after you have given birth.

Yes! you can, that's excatly what happend to me i was excatly 6 weeks when i lost it (month and a half).

No, you can't be on your period and have a miscarriage at the same time. Menstruation only occurs when you do not fall pregnant, whereas miscarriage is a result of a pregnancy failing.

Yes, had the same thing happen to me twice(have had 3 miscarriages). Both times I was about 7.5 weeks pregnant when I miscarried, and the leaking started after the actual miscarriage had happened. Doctor said the miscarriage can make your body feel like you actually delivered, therefore it may produce some milk.

You will probably be able to get pregnant in the future. i had a miscarriage back in february of 2004..i had only been pregnant for about two months. i just turned 19 in december. i am hoping to get pregnant again, and my doctor said i should have no problem conceiving again.

Depends on how far along you are I was only about a month along when I miscarried and I only bled for 4 days

Not aware of being pregnant, if it were the case, I was also wondering if being on the birth control pill and didn't stop using it, as well as a Green tea weight-smart pill (one-a-day for adults only) could of caused this, if so?

So many times the zygote has defective chromosomes. It is possible that you get pregnancy almost every month after the marriage and the defective zygote goes out with your menses only. The normal or near normal pregnancy is preserved by nature. So you may not notice miscarriage of only about three weeks. It is not necessary to know the same. That is expensive and useless.

Yes you can.Yes.During a D&C only the endometirum of the uterus is effected. Since this is normally replaced every month there is no effect on future pregnancies.Yes, its entirely possible to fall pregnant straight after a DNC.Yes, this method is what is used when a woman has had a miscarriage and they usually have no problem getting pregnant afterwards.

yes but only a bit if there is lots then there could be a problem or it might be a miscarriage

No, a miscarriage will only show up on a blood test if it has just occurred as within 48 hours the hcg will of decreased to a non-pregnant level.

Probably only if you are pregnant. Take a home test or go see a doctor. Missing a pill or being late taking them can cause the pills not to work and you can get pregnant.

When I was pregnant with my son I had no symptoms, no clue. I had just had a miscarriage a month or so before and was wondering where the period went off to, and apparently was already pregnant again. The only thing I ended up with besides a son ( :) was a lot of swelling later on in the pregnancy; but in the first trimester I felt normal. I am in my second pregnancy now, and this time I was nauseous for about a month and then just little things.

if you are pregnant only the doctor should give you something like that and he will find one that is suitable.

i recently had a miscarriage the first week of this month i was 6 weeks pregnant i guess everyone handles it differrent because when i had mine it didnt hurt that much it felt like sharp pain in your stomach along with bad period cramping but it wasnt that painful to me as i thought it was suppose to be and it only lasted about 3 days.

No; there are a few days around ovulation when a woman is most fertile, but it is possible to get pregnant on ANY day of the month

not likely unless there is cramping backache signs of could just be spotting from the new pregnancy

There is NO such thing as a "missed miscarriage". You're either "pregnant" or "not pregnant". You can have a threatened miscarriage, but not a missed one. You cannot "flush out" pregnancy hormones; in fact, drinking lots of water only dilutes the urine more.Go to a doctor for a blood test and exam. These will be the most reliable.

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