Because of the levels of a certain hormone in your body and the way the lining of your uterus is. There are lots of ways for a doctor to know if you had a miscarriage.
He can give you a blood test right afterward that will test your levels of HCG in the blood. If it is more than two, then you were pregnant.
i suggest you go to the doctor.
No there is no way to see that unless they see you have scarring to something if you needed a D&C after. Then they might ask but they can't tell if that is a miscarriage.
When I had a miscarriage I had really horrible cramps and I started to bleed even though I was not on my period. I already knew that I was pregnant and when i went into my doctor to take another test she told me I had lost the baby. Hope this help
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.
Certain prescription and/or over­the­counter drugs are associated with fetal abnormalities and miscarriages. Consult your doctor before taking any medication when you are pregnant or trying to conceive. Some drugs can damage the fetus and cause miscarriage before you even know you are pregnant.
You have to see a doctor after a miscarriage and he will know.
You can miscarry before you even know your pregnant and just think it's a late period
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.
Yes, it is possible to have a miscarriage before you know you're pregnant. It happens a lot more than, I think, people know about. I think a doctor can do an exam to tell if you've had a miscarriage or not, but it probably has to be soon after. Call a doctor right away if you want to know. you could definatly have a misscarage before you know you are pregnant because some times you do have what you think are periods so you don't notice changes in your body. some people go full term with out knowing there are pregnant. but i don't think it is possible for a doctor to check if you have had a misscarge once the misscarage is complete.
It is possible that it could be a miscarriage. The only way to know is to visit a doctor.
probably a horomone imbalance but it could mean you where pregnant and had a miscarriage and didn't know it or you may have milk ducts that need checking, go see your doctor.
Make an appointment with your OB/GYN doctor right away.
Not necessarily. It depends on how far along a pregnancy is. If a woman is only a few weeks pregnant, the embryo is very small. The woman may have a normal, or slightly heavy, period, which is actually a miscarriage, and not even know she was ever pregnant. It is possible for part of the embryo/fetus or placenta to remain in utero after a miscarriage. This is called "retained products of conception." If you suspect that you are having a miscarriage, you should contact your doctor.
Usually a miscarriage tissue is difficult to pull apart and can be a grey colour where veins are seen.
BUt it isn't your fault. he should be able to understand
You can not.
Yes. Many women have a miscarriage before they even know they are pregnant. Some Dr. believe that about 25% of pregnancy end in a miscarriage.
Yes, especially if you were very early along. An early miscarriage (up to 7 or 8 weeks) would come on and just feel and look like a period with cramps etc. Somewhere around 25 - 30% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. And of those 40% are when the women did not even realize they were pregnant.
If there appeared to be a physical problem for you that caused the miscarriage, the doctor probably should have told you. If you're trying to get pregnant again, I would suggest going to a ob/gyn and letting them know about your miscarriage. They can give you a full checkup and tell you what your odds are for another miscarriage.
I did not understand your question to well. But I think you are asking if your doctor knew that you were pregnant and he did not told you knowing that you did not know and you had a miscarriage? If that's the question this is the answer " SUE HIM or HER" The DR should told you about it if he or she knew.
Yes it can but once you know your pregnant stop
Antibiotics don't cause miscarriage as far as we know. There is no research on this since we don't want to test it on pregnant women but a doctor will not prescribe it to you unless the reason you need it is potentially worse than the effect. Never take antibiotics without consulting a doctor first, pregnant or not. Also remember that there are different spectra of antibiotics for different illnesses.
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 you had a miscarriage it would have been a good size amount of blood and tissue. Sometimes when you are pregnant you can bleed a little bit. I would go into your doctor right away to make sure everything is fine. first to know if you were pregnant you would had to take a hpt and have a positive result.... sometime a woman can missed a month of a period due to stress.. to know if you miscarriage you should go to a ob/gyn doctor and get check out-if you did had a miscarriage you can jeopardize your health if you don't see a doctor..best of luck
not nessarily did you know that most late periods are misscarriages and women do not even know it? well they are ..... but to answer your question if you had a miscarriage and you know it then it is safe to go to the doctor to insure you do not have any infections of other problems ....but if you was not very far along then just go about your life