You have to see a doctor after a miscarriage and he will know.
Sure. An early miscarriage can be mistaken for a bad period.
Yes, you could, but you probably wouldn't know that it was a miscarriage
Yes, this is called a missed miscarriage or an early miscarriage.
If you are suspicious that you may have had a miscarriage, see a doctor immediately. An over-the-counter pregnancy test could still read positive after a miscarriage.
If the baby comes out dead
Yes, you can pass tissue from a miscarriage while peeing. I know this from personal experience.
i dont know but it can happen
Yes this happened to me yesterday
If you've having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive.
If you suspect a miscarriage you have to see the doctor and he will examine you. If there is something left you will get infections.
well you might want to go to a doctor if you feel you have had a miscarriage and if you want to know like RIGHT NOW then feel your tummy and see if baby is kicking
I would not think so as long as the miscarriage was complete. Let your doctor know as soon as you find out you are pregnant again and let them know your history of miscarriage. THey can monitor you more closely.
am having a miscarriage at home and dont know what to do Call medical assistance
Pregnancy is rare when using the contraceptive implant. If you had a miscarriage recently, your pregnancy test will be positive.
A woman can miscarriage at any time during pregnancy. But the reasons for her miscarriage can be for a wide variety of reasons. Did you know that many women experience miscarriages and don't even realize it?
When you improperly misuse the word no instead of the word know.
You can not.
Yes it happens all the time.
You don't.A miscarriage is diagnosed when a pregnant woman has bleeding and cramping. Checking the levels of HCG (the pregnancy hormone) and seeing it decline rather than rise is evidence that the bleeding is a miscarriage.But if the woman has bleeding but never has a pregnancy test then ther eis no way to know if it is a miscarriage.
If it is a genuine miscarriage you will see fetal material on the ground along with some bloody mucous. But many times there will not be an actual miscarriage, but what is call an absorbsion. Early in pregnancy, mares will absorb the fetus. There will be no sign and you may not know unless you get an ultrasound from your vet.
Not knowing and not being pregnant are completely different things. If you are pregnant, whether you are aware of it or not, you can have a miscarriage. If you are not pregnant then you cannot.
Although I am not sure if you mean intentional or unintentional miscarriage, I know that there is a pill that is an "abortion pill" that does, indeed, cause a miscarriage.
You should go while it's happening so they can let you know if you're in any danger.
BUt it isn't your fault. he should be able to understand