Hello, No this isn't caused by a miscarriage hun. But it does sound like this may be bleeding related to early pregnancy (implantation bleeding) or the effect of Birth Control. Sometimes when someone has been taking birth control consecutively for a long period of time, their period cycle can change or become lighter or more irregular or sometimes, your body becomes so reliant on the doseage of birth control that you need to doseage changed (usually increased). See your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
Were you diagnosed as pregnant? If you were in fact pregnant and now started you period again you "did" have a miscarriage. In the early stages of pregnancy a miscarriage is not always going to have any major symptioms. Discharging tissue could be something else if you weren't pregnant. I would see a doctor if you continue to have such discharge in the future.
The brown discharge is a sign that your next period is coming.
A miscarriage in the first trimester is going to feel similar to period-like cramping in your lower abdomen. Some other symptoms of having a miscarriage are: the passing of tan colored tissue, headaches, back pain, the passing of blood, white to pinkish colored discharge, and a sudden decrease in signs of pregnancy.
why didnt i pass the tissue after the miscarriage at 6 weeks
This is menstruation or commonly called "period"
No this isn't a miscarriage. Miscarriages result in extreme and intense pain which is agony and very heavy bleeding. What you experience is not a miscarriage. The blood tissue is a clot from your period.
if it were early in the pregnancy, it would seem like a really heavy period. bad cramps, blood and clots. a miscarriage later in pregnancy would have a lot of blood and tissue that is not normal for a period, and the cramps would probably be a lot worse. I've wondered if I've ever had a miscarriage and didn't know, if it happened close to the time of a regular period I wouldn't know.
is it normal to have some discharge tissue during pregnancy
Well...it can be either a heavy period or a miscarriage. If it does happen to be a miscarriage, you may experience very painful cramps as well.
yes it is possible to be having a miscarriage,some people test with a false negative. It also depends on how late you are.
Does anyone know the answer to this question cause I am some what in the same thing?
Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.
no. that just means you had an infection or something was blocking the blood and tissue
Miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy in the first 20 weeks. On average, about 15 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and more than 80 percent of the time, it happens in the first trimester. (This doesn't include situations where you lose a fertilized egg before you get a positive pregnancy test. Studies have found that 30 to 50 percent of all fertilized eggs are lost before a woman finds out she's pregnant because they happen so early that she goes on to get her period about on time.) If you lose a baby after 20 weeks of pregnancy, it's called a stillbirth. What causes a miscarriage? Between 50 and 70 percent of first trimester miscarriages are thought to be random events caused by chromosomal abnormalities in the fertilized egg. Most often, this means that the egg or sperm had the wrong number of chromosomes, and as a result, the fertilized egg is unable to develop normally. In other cases, a miscarriage can be caused by problems that occur during the delicate process of early human development
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Yes it is possible this may be a miscarriage. Im very sorry. You need to put the tissue and sac-like thing you mentioned above into a clean container and take it to your doctors for testing. Once testing has been done you will know if this was a miscarriage or simply released vaginal tissue/skin. Im sorry again and good luck.
None. It sounds like you had a miscarriage. If the body rejects the newly fertilized egg you will have another period to get rid of the dead tissue.
Yes, you can pass tissue from a miscarriage while peeing. I know this from personal experience.
By the cramps or by a D&C by a doctor.
Usually a miscarriage tissue is difficult to pull apart and can be a grey colour where veins are seen.
You can experience this for up to two weeks. I am very sorry for your loss. Hang in there! yes. you can pass tissue from your pregnancy for a couple of weeks. After my D&C I passed clots for 2 weeks. If you are worried call your doctor. Hello. I am very sorry for your loss. Yes you can continue to expell tissue from the miscarriage for two weeks. If you notice a smelly discharge, see your doctor incase you have a infection. Hang in there and my sympathies are with you.
It sounds like your body is simply expelling the remainder of tissue that sluffed from the uterus. It is brown because all of the oxygen is out of the blood that was in that tissue.