Yes you might be having a miscarriage you need to go to the er or call your doctor as soon as u can the first 13 weeks are the most crucial weeks of a pregnancy
The majority of miscarriages occur in the first trimester so yes it can.
bleeding, sometimes pain and cramping. All bleeding cannot be considered an immediate miscarriage. An ultrasound and fetal hearttones need to confirm.
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Yes it does I am cureently on my first and a half month and my stomachs already hard :)
No it can not.
Yuh may expierence some bloating in your first month of pregnancy, but your "baby belly" will not show for the first few months. :)
Yes a woman can have a miscarriage before the third month of pregnancy.
No, you shouldn't drink any alcohol during pregnancy. Drinking alcohol, even in small amounts, can increase risk of birth defects or miscarriage - risks are higher in the first three months of pregnancy.
To abort you have to see a doctor to induce the miscarriage.
No it will take about a month or two
Yes, most miscarriages occur in the first trimester but you can miscarry all through the pregnancy.
If the hospital told you had a miscarriage then you probably did but if you still feel like you are pregnant go buy a pregnancy test to see if you still are to make yourself feel better. I had a miscarriage and my doctor told me it takes a full month for the pregnancy symptoms to go away. Until you have your next period you will still have all your symptoms. And, your first period after a miscarriage probably will be really heavy, clotty and painful.
Not exactly. Some women have bleeding in the first month of two of pregnancy, but it is not technically a period. Also, if you have heavy bleeding during pregnancy, you might actually be having a miscarriage.
Only if your pregnancy was big enough say on the your second trimester but normally should go back to normal, mostly it would be your breasts that would be bigger for a month or so then back to normal.
after 3 month
You can fall pregnant just 1 month after a mscarriage
A miscarriage is losing a fetus accompanied by bleeding. A period is the sluffing off of the uterine lining each month when a pregnancy has NOT occurred.
It depends what you were like before you became pregnant, if it was soft then it will stay soft, if you were hard it will stay hard. Some women get bad gas at the begiinning of pregnancy and that may make a soft stomach firmer.
Yes, your stomach can grow in one month. If you are already fat before pregnancy you will gain weight immediately. You can show during your second month.
Not very likely. See your doctor.
If the miscarriage was recent, yes, probably. I took a pregnancy test on the day I started bleeding from my miscarriage and it was positive. The ER docs said that only conformed the presence of pregnancy hormones, not whether it was a viable pregnancy. However, my midwife took blood a week later and advised me to take another pregnancy test at the end of the month to confirm my pregnancy hormones were going away. She said if the test was positive in a month, and I was sure I wasn't pregnant again, to come back in and make sure there wasn't something additionally wrong, a thing called a molar pregnancy. if its an early miscarriage there may be no hormones left after a week of bleeding and it will come back negative.
Bleeding during pregnancy is not normal. Any bleeding can indicate a threatened miscarriage. See your doctor.
Hello, During your first pregnancy your pregnancy will take longer to become more noticeable. If this is not your first pregnancy and is your second, third, etc then you will usually show earlier. The stomach usually becomes hard around the fourth month or later, into your pregnancy. Once again, it depends whether this is your first or later pregnancy. Multiple pregnancies usually show earlier. Also, if you are overweight or have extra fat on your stomach, this may result in your tummy not feeling hard until you are further along into your pregnancy.