How do you tell if your cat is having a miscarriage?


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2014-09-17 21:55:49
2014-09-17 21:55:49

The best way to tell if your cat is having a miscarriage is to take it to the vet. They can tell you whether they were pregnant or not, or what the bleeding is from (if they are bleeding).


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Yes, once you monthly cycle starts up again.

No, the smell of cat litter cannot cause a miscarriage.

Where I come from we have abortion and calls it that and miscarriage and calls it that. In the US you are sometimes calling a natural abortion miscarriage which gets confusing here in the questions I have to say. If you are having a miscarriage it's mother natures way to abort a no viable fetus. It is not your fault. Tell your spouse and grieve together. if you are having an abortion you should tell him and give him the reasons to why you don't want a baby right now. He will either accept it or be sad for awhile. Give him that time.

There are many ways to tell if your cat is done having kids: 1-When your cat stops moaning 2-When kids stop coming out of her stomach that is all i know.

Consult a vet is all I can tell you, sorry.

Caffeine highly increases your chance of having a miscarriage.

If you've having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive.

Your chance of miscarriage does not increase after having one. It is very common for women to have one miscarriage, about 1 in 4 of all pregnancies end in miscarriage.

20-25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, but having one miscarriage does not put you at any greater risk of having another. Good luck

am having a miscarriage at home and dont know what to do Call medical assistance

The fetus is generally already dead when the miscarriage occurs.

After one miscarriage you are no more likely than before to miscarry again.

Have your doctor do an ultrasound.

A miscarriage is when a fetus is delivered prior to the point of viability. In a cat, a miscarriage can happen at any time during gestation. The good news is, miscarriage of one fetus typically doesn't affect the rest of the litter. However, you should keep a very close eye on your cat if she does miscarry one kitten to make sure she is doing fine with the rest of the kittens.

Only if they are very bad. Cramps after/during a miscarriage are normal

You can be having a miscarriage and not have the pain but eventually your cervix may dialate and you will feel cramping and bleeding. Usually your intuition will tell you if something is not right. If you are unsure go seek medical attention.

It may not be. That was my only symptom and I was having a miscarriage. It can be a very small amount and still be a sign of miscarriage. You should tell your doctor so they can check on the status of the pregnancy.

You can tell your having a Miscarriage by spotting/bleeding. i had a a miscarriage on the 24 of Sept and it started out by just spotting than when i went to the hospital it got worse!! BUT in some pregnancies people spot so if you spot just go to the doctor to check it out! Some people dont even know they had a miscarriage if it happend early, like it could have happened the time your period was saposed to come! you coulda mistaked it as a period!

Any animal that gives live birth is capable of having a miscarriage.

i need help i am having a miscarriage and i am at home

If your not bleeding then your pregnant if you start bleeding in your pregnancy it's a miscarriage

Very big. Around 1/3 pregnancies end in miscarriage but there is usually no problem having a child afterwards.

As in the cartoon character? A boy. You can tell because there is an episode or two where he is having dinner with a female cat. The term tom-cat is for a boy cat, yes.

yes you can get pregnant after a miscarriage .. i had once miscarriage now i have 4 beautiful children having a miscarriage has no effect on future fertility. Most women who have had 1 miscarriage go on to have a full term pregnancy.

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