why didnt i pass the tissue after the miscarriage at 6 weeks
Well it wont be too big. You will probably have a small chunk of pink tissue come out through out your pubic area.
yes it is possible to be having a miscarriage,some people test with a false negative. It also depends on how late you are.
YES it deos and it kills you.
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.
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.
from what it sounds like that is what happened to me and in that case yes it is a miscarriage.
GO TO THE HOSPITAL
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.
A D&C may be a good idea to remove any extra tissue left in the uterus. Any tissue left in could cause infections.
Yes this was most likely a miscarriage. Especially if you experienced abdominal crmaping & vaginal bleeding. If you didn't experience cramping & bleeding then it most likely wasn't a miscarriage but uterine tissue being released which does happen sometimes - its your uterus way of clearing itself out fully.
It sounds as though you may be having a miscarrieage unfortunately. You should see your doctor.
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.
Passing vaginal tissue means that the tissue around the opening of the vagina is coming out. This could occur during a miscarriage.
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.
Get her to a doctor. If it is a miscarriage there is nothing else you can do but it needs to be confirmed and she might possibly need a D&C if not everything came out.
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.
Anywhere between 5 - 14 days. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue.
Cramps are contractions of the uterus. They can be a normal part of a spontanious or induced miscarriage. However, it is important to have follow up doctor care after a miscarriage to make sure all the tissue is expelled.
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.