How likely is it to have a miscarriage when your a teen?
its less likely then if your in your 20's
After one miscarriage you are no more likely than before to miscarry again.
Yes. Abnormal sperm are less likely to fertilize an egg and more likely to create a non-viable embryo which can lead to miscarriage.
Yes. It is possible, but if you've had a miscarriage before, you're more likely to have one again.
I believe the it is most common for a miscarriage to occur between the 6th and 13th weeks of pregnancy.
Yes. Women with RA and lupus are more likely to have complications including miscarriage during pregnancy.
A miscarriage is just the loss of one pregnancy, and aboput 1 in 4 to 5 pregnancuies ends in miscarriage. It does NOT mean you are barren. AFter one miscarriage a woman is no less likely to have a second normal pregnancy than anyone else.
The likelihood of miscarriage varies based on the mother's health and other factors, but between 10 and 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Most of these happen in the first 12 weeks.
You can have a miscarriage at any point of the pregnancy it is just a lot less likely after the first trimester
just as likely as an adult
Once past 12 weeks the placenta is functioning and the chance of miscarriage is greatly reduced. Unless there is a particular reason (medical) why you may have a miscarriage the risk is so small that you can forget it.
After only one miscarriage, your chances of a healthy pregnancy are still just as high as a person who hasn't miscarried before.
Most likely an impending miscarriage
more and likely yes
Most likely will you develop a infection when the placenta decompose before you get a chance to get pregnant and that alone can cause a miscarriage. See a doctor ASAP. After a miscarriage you will often need a D&C to clean out the uterus. The miscarriage is not over until everything is out.
The most likely result of a teen becoming pregnant is that a child has a child for a mother.
No, there is no increased rate of miscarriage for women who are pregnant while taking birth control or who get pregnant after stopping birth control.
Not miscarriage, more likely brain damage. It's called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
If you are pregnant again, more than likely everything is fine. However, ALWAYS check with your Dr after a miscarriage to be safe.
No a teen has just as much of a chance of becoming pregnant as an older woman.
Well if you determined the pregnancy after the miscarriage it is much more difficult to figure out exactly how far along you were unless you have ultrasounds already, which isn't likely. You can try to look at the days in which you might have ovulated and when you had intercourse but an exact date is not likely.
A miscarriage is not likely to cause bacterial vaginosis. BV is caused when the vagina's normal helpful bacteria die off, and the "bad" bacteria take over.
Technically, it's not actually clotted blood that gets discharged during your period or after a miscarriage. The substance expelled also contains cells from your womb etc, and if it's a miscarriage it would also most likely contain foetal cells. So yes, you will get lumpy discharges after a miscarriage.
Does a light pink spotting after urinating and only when you wipe mean your going to have a miscarriage?
Hello. No this doesn't mean its a miscarriage hun. Miscarriage bleeding is usually heavy, red and very painful cramping. Its most likely early pregnancy spotting or spotting due to a UTI.
While it is not very likely that ex-lax would cause a miscarriage, it is possible. The cramping which laxatives cause could theoretically cause uterine spasms and lead to a miscarriage. It would be best to talk to your doctor if you are having difficulties.
For that to happen to a healthy pregnancy it had to be a really bad fall and the miscarriage would not likely be the only injury. The fetus is very well protected in the uterus.
Nothing. It is both illegal and highly dangerous to attempt to give yourself a miscarriage. Anything you do use is more likely to make you very ill before it aborts the baby.
Not very likely. See your doctor.
you most likely had a miscarriage
It is more likely to leave the baby brain damaged or physically damaged.
A teen adviser is a person who most likely is to be at a school, who advises a student who needs help about their body or their social life.
A teen pregnancy, when a female under the age of 16 is pregnant. In theory it may not be just a teen as a child as young as 10 could get pregnant but are not as likely to be ready until they are a teen or have had sex until then either.
* Possible, but not likely. A miscarriage is usually caused by either a chromosomal abnormality or a blunt-force trauma to the pelvic area. Stress can cause a baby to be unusually small or have other health problems though. * Stress is absolutely not a cause of miscarriage. That could stress a lot of women out unnecessarily!
Definitely; the majority of miscarriages occur within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Fifty percent of women who miscarry don't notice and continue without ever noticing. A miscarriage may occur before the end of the first trimester if the fetus is not developing normally. Although a miscarriage can be frightening and upsetting, an early miscarriage is most likely nothing to worry about.
You can still have pregnancy symptoms after a miscarriage as the hcg pregnancy hormone is most likely still in your system. After a miscarrige it can take 4-6 weeks for the hcg levels to get back to their normal range.
If you were unaware of a pregnancy and have been experiencing brown and pink discharge constantly some bleeding and clotting some pain on and off for the past 13 days is it likely to be a miscarriage?
It is likely that there is a miscarriage. It should be checked out, but you could also just be cramping cuz your body is changing and you can also still bleed when you're pregnant. yes
You most likely have to be a pre-teen(11,12).
You passed a clam sized tissue grey and pink in colur with blood and cramping you went to the doctor but the pregnancy test was negative- could this still have been a miscarriage still?
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.
depends, really. 13-14 year olds less likely than 15+
Any teen that does have sex, they have just as much a chance of becoming pregnant as any other 20 or 30 year old.
well, that is plauseable, because teen mothers that get pregnant do not have very strong morals, therefore she does not teach her child the same morals, making him more likely to get jailed.
you can miscarry at any time during the pregnancy. its not likely in an average pregnancy after a certain time but it is possible.
Same as for an adult. If it haven't happened in the first trimester it most likely wont happen.
Pregnancy is not likely if you are using Depo Provera as directed, getting your shots on time. Depo Provera does not cause miscarriage or affect a pregnancy if you accidentally get it while you're pregnant or get pregnant while using it.
You can but you are more likely to get a false positive because the pregnancy hormones can stay in your system for up to a month after a miscarriage. If you feel that you may be pregnant again see your Dr for the most accurate info.
Diet pills don't cause miscarriage but should not be taken when pregnant because they can very likely cause fetal damage. They are rarely tested on pregnant women and when pregnant you should not diet.
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I went to A&E with a bad kidney infection, were they told me i was about 7 weeks pregnant, which I had no idea about! about 3 weeks later I had a miscarriage, I saw my kidney doctor yesterday and he said that there is a chance it could have caused it but assured me the antibiotics I was on were safe, he said the more likely answer is I had a raised temperature so… Read More
While bleeding by itself is not a sure sign of miscarriage, it is quite likely when combined with cramps that are similar to period pains or mild labor. An ultrasound is the best way to be absolutely sure, combined with a blood test.
No. There is no link between the risk for miscarriage and morning sickness.