How long can you bleed when having a miscarriage?
If it goes on for very long you should see your GYN to get some help with the problem.
Is it normal to bleed for two weeks after a miscarriage stop bleeding for a week and then bleed for another three weeks?
no, bleeding does not always occur at the time of miscarriage but can happen weeks later. its known as a missed miscarriage. Unfortunately I know from past experiences and have been over 5 wks since the fetus lost a heart beat to the time of bleeding. One thing to know is that if having a D/C the time between baby passing and bleeding increases the risk of complications such as ashermann syndrome (scarring).
There are two reasons as to why you could be menstruating during a pregnancy. Some women just will bleed during pregnancy as if they were having a period, the reason is unknown. But usually women will not bleed while pregnant, and if you do, it could mean you have had a miscarriage. I would DEFINITELY consult with a doctor to see if you are pregnant in the first place when you suspect a pregnancy to…
Yes. When you have a miscarriage the baby is coming OUT. There will be blood. And depending on how far along you are depends on the amount. Farther along will also have a mass, clumps of blood. Occasionally the baby dies and you do not pass it immediately. All the symptoms of pregnancy disappear but you do not bleed. An ultrasound scan will confirm what is called a 'missed' miscarriage. Eventually you will bleed but…
normally u should bleed right after miscarriage, but in some cases, the baby dies inside n it needs time to come out, so if that is the case the woman should feel some cramps or a strong back pain, the woman should contact a doctor straight away to c what's happenin , she can get some medicines like misoprostole to get rid of the ramaing stuff.
Having a miscarriage doesn't mean someone's infertile, so in that regard fertility doesn't need to return. A woman can get pregnant again when they start having their period again (which means they're producing eggs again), but I would expect the time to recover from a miscarriage both physically and mentally to differ from person to person.