Could you have a miscarriage at five months of pregnancy by falling down the stairs or a series of blows to the abdomen?
Yes. And alot less could cause a miscarriage so tell Him to not mess with you. If you are trying to abort you are risking your own life attempting to cause a spontaneous abortion. Y-THINK-Y Falling down stairs will not likely cause a miscarraige, blows to the stomach may depending on the force. It is more likely to hurt the mother than the baby because the baby is well protected inside. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANY shock trauma to the body can cause serious complications to the pregnancy. Physical shock can cause Psychological trauma resulting in complications with ANY pregnancy. The fact that a question like this is being posed makes one wonder what is the emotional status of the enquirer. Fear and doubt are very strong emotions that can manifest in sever physical ways. Y-THINK-Y
After having a miscarriage 8 months ago my period is 4 days late. Took pregnancy test and it came back negative... am i pregnant?
No, but, it would be called an "Ectopic pregnancy". It is usually diagnosed within the first 2 months of pregnancy, possibly before you know you are pregnant. The symptoms may be mild or they may be severe and dangerous. They can be the same as the symptoms of early pregnancy or other less serious conditions. Possible symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are: 1. missed period or abnormal bleeding 2. pain in the lower abdomen or…
Had a miscarriage three months ago and I passed it naturally I was 12 weeks and now I'm having real bad lower abdomen pain for about 3 days now. I hope everything is okay?
Dangerous for you? No. Dangerous for the pregnancy? Yes. The cervix need to close and the uterus to heal first so you give the pregnancy the best chance you can since almost a third of all pregnancies end in miscarriage whether it's your first or third pregnancy or whether you've had a miscarriage or abortion before or not. Wait around 4 months until trying again.
You can have a miscarriage at any time, regardless of how or when it happens. Earlier in the pregnancy (before the twentieth week) its considered a miscarriage, after it is considered early delivery but few if any babies can survive being born at 5 months, but it is possible, my aunt was five months premature and she is still living well and is in her late 30s.
If your miscarriage took place in last stages of pregnancy, or if in your miscarriage any kind of surgery was done, you should wait more than six months to try again so that your body comes back to normal position and you also mentally prepare yourself to try for another baby. But if miscarriage occurs in early stages of pregnancy, like within three months, and your bleeding stopped within 10 or some more days, then…
You have had stabbing pains down below could you be pregnant again after a miscarriage nearly 3 months ago?
What if i have blood stained in 7 months pregnancy and associate urinary tract infection Is this the sign of miscarriage?
Although the chance of miscarriage goes down significantly after you see the heartbeat and reach the 12 week point, there is always a chance that something may happen. Any fetal demise under 20-22 weeks is considered a miscarriage. If you are feeling crampy or bleeding call your doctor with any questions, that is what they are there for. Hello. Risk of a miscarriage decreases greatly once a woman has reached three months into her pregnancy.
You should wait until you at least have one normal menstrual cycle after miscarriage to avoid infection in your uterus, but it IS best to wait 3 months to try again. Even with an early miscarriage, your body needs to recover and it takes about 3 months for your uterus and hormones to return to normal after pregnancy. There is a greater than normal chance of having another miscarriage if you start trying again too…
If I had a miscarriage and was trying to get pregnant again and i got my period could that be the last period of my pregnancy and having symptoms of pregnancy?
Hello, The period you received means you have not conceived. If you recently had a miscarriage (within the last 3 months) it's possible or you to still experience mild pregnancy symptoms. However if your period was lighter or unusual for you, then perform a pregnancy test. Good luck TTC. Please note this is advice only & is not to be used in place of a medical expert.