It is possible that this is your next period. Only about 10% of women need a D & C after a miscarriage. about 50% of women don't even see a doctor. The later in pregnancy the miscarriage the more likely you are to need hospitalisation. I am so sorry for your loss. I agree that it could be your next period BUT if the bleeding has been constant with no break, I would go back in to see your physician to make sure everything is copasetic. Good luck. Hello, Sometimes after a miscarriage you can bleed for over a week to a month. Bleeding constantly, every day, does need to be investigated though and some bloods should be taken to rule out Anemia.
Unfortunately this sounds like a misscarriage you should see you`re doctor
you could have cysts or fibroids which cause excessive bleeding. You should tell your doctor that you need an ultrasound to check it out.
First are you 100% your are pregnant and if you are then unfortunatly i believe the answer is yes! Beleeding in this early stage of pregnancy in 90% of cases means a misscarriage! If are pregannt there is no reason why you should be bleeding other than a misscarrage! You should go to your doctor or hospital and get checked out as sometimes the bleeding may not stop!
Not always. Some women who have bleeding have successful pregnancies. However, if you have any bleeding during pregnancy, you should discuss this with your doctor who will monitor hcg or check using ultrasound to monitor the pregnancy.
Spotting is okay, but period bleeding is bad and if that is your case, you should see a doctor right away.
See your doctor, as there should not be any bleeding.
See a doctor
consult your doctor
Contact your doctor immediately, even if the bleeding is very light.
A fever should not cause anal bleeding. If you are experiencing anal bleeding you should contact your doctor.
If you are bleeding badly, you should consult a doctor right away.
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be investigated by your Doctor or Midwife. If you have a Early Pregnancy Unit at your Hospital, I would recommend you go there as they can perform an ultrasound to make sure everything is OK.
You should see your doctor.
That is something the doctor decides and you should discuss it with him. There can be different causes for the bleeding.
If you have rectal bleeding you could be constipated. You should speak to a doctor to get a proper diagnosis.
Maybe you should call the doctors office and let them know. Maybe they can give you a blood test or an ultrasound to see if the pregnancy is still good.
right then and there.
If you are pregnant, you should not be bleeding at all, apart from minor spotting. If you are bleeding, and you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor.
You should stop bleeding within days to a week or two. If the bleeding is significant (clots) or lasts longer you should call the doctor that did it.
If you are bleeding you should see a doctor instead of asking some random person on the internet.
One complication could be bleeding .Another is infection. If you have had a miscarriage the best thing to do would be go to your doctor. If you don't have a regular doctor you should go to the local emergency room. Infertility or death could result from either of the before mentioned problems that could arise.
Call your doctor. It should not still be bleeding. If you removed the packing too soon it may have caused this. Call your doctor.
Go to the doctor and see what they recommend. There might be an underlying cause as to why it's bleeding.
Call the doctor.
This condition should be looked at by a doctor for a diagnosis.