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If you are having cramps early in your pregnancy does this mean that you will have a miscarriage?

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2011-09-12 21:43:30
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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.

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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.

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if it were early in the pregnancy, it would seem like a really heavy period. bad cramps, blood and clots. a miscarriage later in pregnancy would have a lot of blood and tissue that is not normal for a period, and the cramps would probably be a lot worse. I've wondered if I've ever had a miscarriage and didn't know, if it happened close to the time of a regular period I wouldn't know.

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Uterine streching can feel as though you are having menustral cramps.

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It may not be. That was my only symptom and I was having a miscarriage. It can be a very small amount and still be a sign of miscarriage. You should tell your doctor so they can check on the status of the pregnancy.

You can have cramping without pain. That is Braxton-Hixs contraction. But if you are having pain go to your DR. ASAP. You could be having early labor or a miscarriage.

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miscarriage that is, after the first pregnancy,Not been able to continue, miscarriage can occur at an early stage,There are many reasons for miscarriage,More than three times that of spontaneous abortion may be that some pathological reasons, illness caused by this situation.

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It may depend on the reason for the miscarriage and how far into the pregnancy she was. There is no reason not to start trying again right away, after a very early miscarriage - with your doctor's OK.


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