I'm having a little cramping after having a miscarriage should I go to a hospital?
Only if they are very bad. Cramps after/during a miscarriage are normal
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Cramping in early pregnancy is very normal, a lot of women feel like their period is going to start at any minute. the first trimester is stressful like that with all the different things going on, once you hear or see the heartbeat the chance of miscarriage goes way down. ~pawsalmighty
Are you having a miscarriage if your HCG is 157 and you are spotting lightly with cramping and you are about 4 weeks' pregnant?
Answer . \nWell your HCG level is to double about every other day, and you have had tracking done if it dropping in number than I would say yes, for you to be 4 weeks pregnant and your count be 157 the doctor would tell you if he thought it was low for that time. But with the bleeding and cramp…ing I would call hime right away, if you go in for another blood test see if you number is going up, if it is staying the same or dropping I would say you are having a miscarriage. ( Full Answer )
Answer . I STARTED HAVE BROWN SPOTTING AT 12 WEEKS WITH NO CRAMPS I WENT IN FOR AN ULTRA SOUND AND FOUND OUT THE BABY DIED A 7 WEEKS 6 DAYS . THEN 4 MONTHS LATER HAD A CHEMICAL PREGNANCY. NOW THREE MONTHS AFTER THAT I AM 4 WEEKS 4DAYS PREGNANT AND AM HAVING BROWN SPOTTING I WENT FOR A BLOOD TEST …AND A NEXT ONE TWO DAYS LATER AND MY HCG LEVELS HAVE DROPPED MEANING I AM HAVING ANOTHER MISCARRIAGE. I WOULD CHECK WITH YOUR DR. CAUSE AFTER HEARING WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT SPOTTING BROWN THEY HAVE GONE ON WITH A NORMAL PREGNANCY. I GUESS AM NOT ONE OF THE LUCKY ( Full Answer )
Should you go to the ER if you're pregnant and started having light pink spotting last night and this afternoon it is a bit redder but not heavy and you're not having cramps?
Answer . Yes,you should go.I did 10 yrs ago.I was in bed asleep when i woke up wet,i went to the bathroom to see what it was, it was blood.I went to the E.R even though i didn't have any cramps.They told me i was having a miscairage.A month before, i went to the E.R for a kidney infection.They ga…ve me strong medications even though they told me that night i was pregnant.The Dr. told me when my fever goes up again to take 2 tylenols every 4 hours or every time i had the fever.My Dr. told me that's why it happened because of all the medication i was taking, anyways i was told to stay in bed for a couple of weeks.Well i did,now i have a beautiful 10 1/2 year old daughter.I hope everything turns out ok with you,good luck. ( Full Answer )
If you have had bad cramps and are only 3 weeks pregnant and not having any bleeding could you still be having a miscarriage?
Usually bleeding and cramping is not a good sign, everyone has a different pregnancy. You can be just going through the motions of your organs shifting, to make way for your new growth. Answer I had the same symptoms. During my 3rd week, is when I had the bad period-like cramps. I am almost 7 w…eeks now, and sometimes still have mild cramps and feel like my period is coming. The doctor said the cramping is just the uterus stretching, and as long as there is no bleeding things are fine, but everyone is different so see your doctor. ( Full Answer )
How should you go about having something about your dad who died when you were a little girl in your wedding?
I was in a friend's wedding and his wife(now) lost her father to disease when she was young. She had a photo of her father placed near where they took their vows in the church. It was near some candles (including the unity candles). I never knew her father, but felt he was represented and included i…n this special landmark occasion. The residing minister made special note of her father and we all felt his presence. It was poignant and touching. I am sure you will find a personal way to have your father represented at your ceremony. I know my friend's father was. Good luck and congratulations. Answer My Grandmother was a very important person in my life and she had passed away about five years before I was married. I had a special song that we shared together played during the ceremony with a special announcement about who and what it was for. I think we said something about the fact that she couldn't be here today, but that with this song, she could still help us celebrate our special day. Answer First of all let me offer you my congratulations! I should mention that I read your question wrong, I thought it said ï¿½ having something said aboutï¿½ that is why I have produced this long winded answer! So I donï¿½t think my answer is much good, however I have included it anyway because I have just spent half an hour writing it! More fool me, I should read the question properly in the first place!I canï¿½t give you a quick answer to your question; I think it is best that I tell you a true story first. I went to the funeral of a cousin of mine recently, whom I had not seen for at least twenty years. I went because I understood that her father, my uncle would be in great pain, as I know I would be if I lost one of my daughters. I was not looking forward to the funeral; I did not know anyone there except my uncle and aunty. I know this sounds corny, but it was the best funeral I have ever been to. Let me explain. The vicar had everyone in the church laughing and crying at the same time. He started off by explaining that he was also the chaplain at the hospital where my cousin was. Sometimes when he walked through the ward, she would challenge him "what are you doing here" on one occasion she said to him "I want you to do my funeral service, because you're not very religious!"He went on to explain that sometimes he would meet a meet her when she was going outside for a breath of fresh air, he shook his head indicating that that wasn't true, and held his fingers up to demonstrate that she was actually going outside for cigarette. I can't explain it, much better than this, but the vicar showed me my cousin, and after the funeral it was as if I knew my cousin, and I realized what a wonderful person had been lost. And also I realised I had missed the chance of a wonderful friendship my whole life by not keeping in contact with her. To answer your question, I would suggest that you chose the person who is to give you away, the person who is the ceremonial substitute for your father, try and choose an older person who knew your father well, and someone who can relate nice stories about your father to your guests at the reception, someone who is good at and experienced at public speaking. Have several meetings with him, and other family members before the wedding, tell each other stories about your father, and pick out the best stories, the ones that make you the happiest, and can show the guests that did not know your father what a wonderful person he was, leaving them with the impression that they knew him, and wishing they had known him better. Donï¿½t forget, this person who is your ceremonial substitute for your father, is in a very difficult position, and will need to be very skillful and experienced to carry this off successfully. You may want to consider offering him the opportunity to take professional presentation training. If you have already chosen a brother or an uncle, or a stepfather for this position, then again you may wish to consider asking them to take professional training for making the speech. In any event donï¿½t forget, your wedding day is very special, and I am sure your father will be watching over you. Answer Something that I recommend is to do something subtle, such as have photographs of your parents (both sides - you could include grandparents too) on their wedding day at your cake or gift table.You could dedicate a reading or a poem to him in your service, or ask the priest to pray for his memory during the ceremony. Also, I would suggest that you think about him before your wedding day, and help to think about the feelings you may feel at your wedding day because he isn't there. This will help you be prepared for any overcoming emotion on your wedding day and deal with adequetly. Hope this helps Barbara (for Every Detail www.everydetail.co.UK) Answer I want to thank the above people for their suggestions. It really helped. I wanted a way to include my dad in my wedding, and these are some really great ideas. Thank you so much!!! ( Full Answer )
Yes, cramping CAN be a sign of miscarriage. It could also be a sign of something else. If you experience cramping during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it. Answer I have been pregnant 4 times, 2 miscarriages, and 2 healthy babys came from my pregnancies. I had cramping with my tw…o successful ones and no cramping until after heavy bleeding with my miscarriages. Cramping can be a normal sign of pregnancy, if it is accompanied by bleeding you should consult your doctor. ( Full Answer )
When should you contact your doctor after having a positive pregnancy test after having a previous miscarriage and having not yet missed your period?
Answer . As soon as you test positive, it is a good idea to get an appointment as soon as possible especially with your history.. Answer . Sorry to be harsh but there is no point in paying for a doctor's appointment until you have missed your period.\n. \nIt is thought that upto 50% of pre…gnancies "miscarry" at the first period, and there is nothing anyone can do about it.\n. \nUp to about 5 years ago you wouldn'teven have known you were pregnant until you missed you period. ( Full Answer )
You've been having some cramping in your pelvic area and your not due for your period for like 2 weeks have been bleeding a little and fatigue Could this be a sign of pregnancy or a miscarriage?
Answer . \nNo. You get pregnant 2 weeks before your period so would not yet have any symptoms.\n. \nThere is obviously a problem though so see your doctor.
Are you having a miscarriage if you are 6 weeks pregnant but you have bleeding and cramping as if you are having your period but you still have the signs of being pregnant?
Answer . \nthis could be signs of an early m/c or it could be normal. i sugguest calling your doctor & going for a check-up. sometimes m/c can be avoided if you limit your activities & sometimes it just means there was something wrong with the egg & sperm when they joined. good luck.. Answer … . \nMonth and a half? Very common to have miscarriages. Ususally SEVERE cramping though... then HEAVY bleeding. My 90% guess is a miscarriage, though. ( Full Answer )
Could I be having a miscarriage if I'm having heavy bleeding and abdominal and back pain at 8 weeks pregnant?
Answer . \nYes you could! GO TO YOUR/A DOCTOR!!!! GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM! It could be worse than that!,,,, I do not want to scare you,,, But this is important for your health!!!!!!! Jamison
You are 15 weeks into your pregnancy and you have minor cramping so could you be having a miscarriage?
Unfortunately there are several reasons for cramping during pregnancy some are good and some are not so good. They include: miscarriage, gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, growth of the uterus and more. If you are too concerned just contact your doctor.
Usually you dont stay in the hospital if you miscarry, when i miscarried i went home from the OBGYN. They said to let nature run its course.
it is highly uncommon to miscarry this late and in a couple of weeks a loss of the baby would result in a still birth not a miscarriage. while you cannot stop a misscarriage - they are almost never the fault of the mother - you can reduce your chances by not smoking, drinking alcohol or receiving bl…ows to the body. also eat healty and see your doctor regulary to follow the health of your baby - at 20 weeks you can learn alot from ultrasounds ( Full Answer )
Answer . Generally, the cramping of miscarriage is of greater severity than even menstrual cramps. They tend to come in waves, accompanied by an increase in blood loss. Also, what you lose may be more solid than is usual in a period. Bleeding and the cramping will increase over a period of time.
You should first call your doctor and find out what he or she says. Then you will need to rest, drink a lot of fluids and do whatever else your doctor reccomends. Check out this article about coping after a miscarriage:. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_…trying.html ( Full Answer )
Help I'm 17 and i am pregnant.i have been having horrible cramps i am 7.5 weeks in and i started to spot like 4 days ago it started light pink but is red now. is this a miscarriage please help?
You should go to the ER and let them see what is going on. I am having the same problems and I am on my way to the ER.
Can you be having a miscarriage if you are ten weeks and have been having light bleeding for two weeks and now have small blood clots and mild cramps?
It is quite likely that you are experiencing a threatened miscarriage or the start of an actual one. There is also a possibility of the placenta being in the wrong place.See a doctor, who can do a scan and test blood to determine if your baby is still alive or if there is some other cause. Usually t…he cramps will increase in intensity along with the blood loss. However, even with light bleeding continuing for so long, you should be seeking medical help, especially if the bleeding is fresh and not simply small amounts of old blood. ( Full Answer )
To :- 1. try to save the life of the child. 2. To find out why you are having a miscarriage. 3. If the baby dies in hospital, you cannot be accused of hiding anything, or get charged with manslaughter or whatever (unless you have tried to procure an abortion.) 4. Both mother and child will r…eceive better treatment. 5. It makes it official. 6. Don't forget the father - both go if you can. ( Full Answer )
You should take her to a veterinarian immediately, along with anything she has already lost. Miscarriages, particularly late-term miscarriages, tend to be due to infection that needs to be addressed. There can also be internal bleeding or damage that needs to be repaired to save the mother's life.
You should be seeing a counselor or therapist to help you through the grieving process. If you cannot afford one, contact your local mental health association for referrals to programs that provide help on a sliding scale or for free.
I started to discharge brown fluid then one day i had bad cramping and blood cloths started to discharge out its been a month now and I'm still discharging blood clots am i having a miscarriage?
If you're pregnant and are dropping blood clots (especially for a month!) you should definitely see a doctor immediately!
If I just found out I was pregnant a few weeks ago and now Im spotting a little and no cramps can I be having a miscarriage I have a 4 year old boy and had a few miscarriages after that?
Many women can spot and then go on to have a perfectly normal pregnancy. However, it is also possible that it is a threatened miscarriage, but it is also a good sign that there is no cramping. Get as much rest as possible, and see if things progress. If you have had more than three consecutive mi…scarriages, it would be worth seeking for the medical reason why. A doctor will refer you to the appropriate specialist. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the hcg levels in your body at the time. I have a MC at 6 weeks , my doc tested my hcg at it was at 8, 2 weeks ago so technically I could ovulate this week If you hcg levels are greater than 5 then you will not ovulate.. I'm sorry to hear you sad news and hope this information helps
Sounds just like a period. Unless you know for certain you are pregnant--then see your Dr.
I had 2 small 'blobs' of something red pass out of my vagina. I'm pregnant and think I may have or am going to miscarry because of the cramps I've been having. Could I have miscarried?
That's what i did and i feeled the toilet eith blodd for liek 5 hours, if you did im sorry to hear for your lose. That's what i did and i feeled the toilet eith blodd for liek 5 hours, if you did im sorry to hear for your lose.
I had a miscarraige at 18 weeks and 5 days do to pPROM caused by IC incompete cervix. Im a normal healthy 26 yr old female i have 3 children 2 are living and onc has his wings. My water broke at 18 weeks and he was still alive so i keep faith and held him inside of me for 5 days until my water was a…ll gone and my little baby Collin was born Vaginal no D&C hard labor pains no meds just natural child birth. It was hard but very sad to go through the birth and see your baby come out and hold him but he is not alive!With a good support team you will get through it and you will be ok. if you have question please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org ( Full Answer )
If you're experiencing miscarriage use a pad. Tampons should only be worn when menstruating, during miscariageyour flow may vary so you would not know what absorbency to use -using too high an absorbency tampon will increase risks of TSS.With an open cervix there is higher risk of vaginal infection…stravelling further into your vagina which may lead to pelvicinflamatory disease - tampons increase risk of vaginal infections. ( Full Answer )
Could i be pregnant if my nipples are a little sore and I'm having a lot of cramping some times i feel sick but not that much?
Have a test see if you are, if you are congratulations, or you could just have a fever.
Im 12 weeks And 5 days and I've been experincing the same thing and i get worried. I heard it is normal because of your growing uterus but im not sure. I say ask you OB.
If it wasn't too long ago you might still have pregnancy hormones in you and that would show in a blood- or urine test (as positive for pregnancy). if that has passed and you didn't see a doctor afterwards there is no proof. Otherwise you could have asked the doctor who examined you and maybe perfor…med a D&C on you to explain. ( Full Answer )
yes anyone can take you to a clinic in an emergency! but your parents will more than likely be contected!!!
By the time I answer you must have already had your baby or it depends if you were on your 9th month with in your pregnancy. They might have been contractions at that time. Hope this answer helped since you were not very specific about when these cramps were happening. Food also may give you cra…mps maybe a big lunch or maybe it didn't do your tummy very well. ( Full Answer )
sometimes it could mean that but its best to contact your docter and ask questions. i cramped like that but turns out that everything was fine.
You are 37 weeks pregnant and im having pains in your vaginal area and also having pains in your back and lower stomache should you go to the hospital?
Contact the hospital and talk to a nurse. Describe what is going on..sounds to me that if you haven't already, you might be in the process of losing your mucus plug....you might be dilating a bit too...It's been a couple of years but I would go ahead and call. Make sure there's plenty of movement …from the baby, too. ( Full Answer )
Could I be having a miscarriage if I am 5 weeks pregnant and am having very light cramps and bloating?
Miscarriage is always accompanied by bleeding or shedding of the uterine wall as in a normal period, only much heavier and usually contains some clots. Light cramps without bleeding or even with light spotting is normal in early pregnancy. Bloating is a normal part of pregnancy, usually worse in t…he last trimester. but the initial weight gain some women have in the first few months feels much like bloat or a general puffiness. ( Full Answer )
Should you insist on going the doctor with your pregnant girlfriend who is having a miscarriage and she doesn't want you to go with her?
No I think you should listen to what she says. You can wait somewhere nearby in case she calls you and change her mind. She will need someone to pick her up afterwards though so that you can do.
This is normal, if you have not started your period yet it means that you are really close to having it, I get it all the time and i don't have my period, so hand on!! Carry some pads/sanitary towels with you or just where one.
If you have remains, which many has, they will decompose inside you and cause a serious infection. You have to see a doctor.
For me it was quite sudden and unexpected, miscarrying a baby is very common. 1 in 4 will miscarry. I was about 9 weeks pregnant - give or take.. I just got a very heavy feeling in my lower abdomen.. quite uncomfortable!.. umm.. it felt like bad gas had built up i guess? It was so painful/uncomfie… that i had to wear loose dresses/skirts so it wouldn't press on my uterus. Anyways, After about a day or so of not feeling quite 'right' i started to cramp & bleed. It began quite light but then gradually got heavier.. sort of like blood clotts? My back was VERY sore also.. sometimes the cramps were so bad i would have to walk around until they stopped. I was lucky because i didnt need a D&C. I hope i helped?! x ( Full Answer )
The meaning of dreaming about a miscarriage depends on whether or not the dreamer is pregnant. If pregnant, such dreams are triggered by completely normal concerns and fears about the pregnancy. These are primarily hormone driven, and nothing to worry about. The best thing to do is to take care of o…ne's health, get good nutrition, vitamins and prenatal care. On the other hand, if the dreamer is not pregnant, dreams about miscarriage relate to some project, plan or hope that has been cut short without completion. ( Full Answer )
No contributor to this site can diagnose physical or mental illnesses, diseases, pregnancy or suggest medical procedures over the internet, nor is it the purpose of this site for them to do so. The best that can be offered is general advice which can never be personal to anyone asking a question as …we are not aware of all the circumstances. If you are truly worried about your condition then you must seek local medical attention. ( Full Answer )
Possibly but unlikely, It depends were your cramps are and howoften you have them. I advice you to see your doctor for this problem.
depending on where you live at most hospitals have diapers and wipes for the couple day stay so you should bring clothes for you to go home him nothing tight u will have alot of pain down below.. baby clothes maybe like 3 or 4 outfits incase it pees through the cloths.. baby powder or whatever else …u wanna use on the baby.. also depending on where u live most hospitals have shamppoo and conditioner but you can bring your own.. hope i helped you out i have 2 kids and i took way to much to the hospital with me.. but the most thing u need is clothes for you the baby and whatever else u think u will need.. and dont forget carseat and in the winter time blankets.. or a carseat cover.. again i hope i helped u out ( Full Answer )
Should you go to the emergency room if you have been having your period for 6 months with heavy bleeding and blood clots as well as cramping?
i was on my period for nine monthes and had the heavy with bloodclots and to be honest i almost died you are probally aneimic like i was and they had to give me a blood transfusion so if i was you i would definatly go soon to ensure your not stuck in the hospitial like i was.
Yes it is. 1/3 women have a miscarriage and that is sadly, to be considered normal. It might happen again and it might not but it have no effect on future pregnancies.
Very big. Around 1/3 pregnancies end in miscarriage but there is usually no problem having a child afterwards.
My midwife told me you go when REAL CONTRACTIONS ARE: 5 minutes apart....Lasting 1 minute.....And for 1 hour THAT IS WHEN YOUR IN TRUE LABOR
Should you go to the emergency room if i'm having really bad pain in the top of your stomach and i'm 3 weeks pregnant?
A sharp pain can be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy or an inplantaion pain.
You are probably just having the cramps because your body isn't used to not having your period, although I don't see why you aren't having your period if you are on birth control. You should ask that!