Go see a doctor. Its a possibility.
Thick - yes Yellowish - sounds like an infection Go and see the doctor
As long as you feel all right and the bleeding has stopped you should be fine.
yes. i went for an ultrasound yesterday and they determined I had miscarried 4 weeks ago. no symptoms or anything.
Either you got your period back or you were pregnant and miscarried. Never wait this long to find out why you are not bleeding.
Hello. It could be implantation bleeding yes or could be spotty bleeding due to your miscarriage. I am very sorry for your loss.
Normally the closer you get to the second trimester the better you start to feel.
I have heard of it happening, but in all honesty I don't see how. The clots and heavy bleeding is your womb lining coming away, this is where your baby grows. Either your not pregnant and it's your period or you may have miscarried.
The only way to be sure is to examined by a doctor.
No. Spotting is probably implantation bleeding. You would know if you had miscarried because it would be heavier and painful
go to the doctor dummy
Bleeding while pregnant is not a good sign in the first place, it may well be a sign in itself that you miscarried. If you are sure you were pregnant see your obstetrician immediately.
No, bleeding or having a period during pregnancy does not mean you have miscarried. Bleeding during pregnancy, mostly early pregnancy, are actually very common. As a matter of fact, it isn't technically a period. This bleeding is known as Breakthrough Bleeding, and it looks a lot like a period. Breakthrough Bleeding happens when the hormones that control your menstruation cycle break through the pregnancy hormones. Bleeding can also occur as the fertilised egg naturally implants itself into the wall of your uterus. This happens around the time your period is due and, again, looks like a period, even though it isn't. Don't worry. It's very natural for a woman to be alarmed when they have spotting or bleeding during pregnancy. But it is all very natural. If you are really concerned, have a chat to your doctor or midwife. Good luck and enjoy the pregnancy while it lasts.
Yes, I'm afraid that you can. I have just miscarried after one week. (I began bleeding about 1 week after conception and the fetal tissue came out about a week later.)
It can last for up to 6 weeks ,I miscarried a month ago it only lasted like 10 days and then I had my menstruation for like 5 days and then it was done.
If you start bleeding during early pregnancy, it is really important to go to your doctor or a local ER to have an ultrasound and a blood test.
Its a bit like malaria, effects the liver kidneys, blood vessels, internal bleeding nasty stuff to get, and you turn yellowish.
go to your doctor or call your midwife its always good to check with a professional,
NO- not unless you are already having a miscarriage. Your cervix is what holds the baby in and coughing is not going to affect this. If bleeding occured after a cough- it's only because your baby miscarried and it sped up what what already going to happen
You need to take it to Bill Swob in Ohio, he has delt with dogs before
if you have been bleeding for 3days you should ring your midwife or maternity unit who should bring you in for a scan to see if there has been a miscarriage. if you have had what they call clotting which is like a big clot of blood it could well be a sign that you have miscarried but the best thing you can do is get down to the hospital for a scan.
I am a 35 yr old who had a tubal reversal,( Tubes had been tied for 10 years after 2 healthy pregnancies) had a miscarriage in Jan, 08, and then had a positive result last Tuesday, though I was spotting lightly it was irregular, it was the day I was supposed to start my period but took a test anyway and it was positive. imagine my apprehension As I already miscarried, and now I was bleeding, went to my Doctor to have hcg levels tested, and they came back Quite high according to Doc. and mentioned that I could be having a multiple pregnancy, that night after receiving those results I was in the hospital as the bleeding got heavier as did the cramping,( confirmed Miscarriage that night) now it is 7 days later and I am still bleeding heavy. is this Normal? I am wondering if bleeding heavy(ier) than norm may be a sign of multiples?
Of course, every body (as well as every pregnancy and miscarriage) is different. I miscarried at 5w5d and bled (lots of clotting) for 1 week. From what I have heard from other m/c sufferers, that is relatively short, and I credit it to the fact that I was so early on in my pregnancy so I had less internal changes due to hormones and fetal growth. I am very sorry for your loss.
Some women have light bleeding during their pregnancy but it is not a period, a menstrual period is the shedding of the uterine lining - if the uterine lining sheds during pregnancy the embryo or fetus would be miscarried.
I would find another doctor. If you were definitely pregnant and called the doctor to report heavy bleeding, he should have sent you for beta HcG tests. That will determine if the placenta is still producing the pregnancy hormone, if it is, then you're still pregnant, if the amount is not rising, then you have miscarried.