Not sure what you mean by "throw away already" but if you mean you had a miscarriage or abortion you should still be able to get pregnant. Miscarriage is very common, about 30%, and abortion does not make you sterile.
In my experience with my fifth miscarriage I still looked pregnant. I guess other's experiences maybe different.
If you really had a miscarriage, you can't still be pregnant, but you could be pregnant again before you get your next period.
you usually wont have a miscarriage after your first trimester (third month) after that you would just have a still born baby.
You have to see your doctor after and he will see if you are still pregnant. Usually the fetus is dead but has not come out yet which require a D&C. If you mean if you can get pregnant after a miscarriage, yes you can.
You could have had a miscarriage, but even though you've suffered heavy bleeding with clots you could still be pregnant. It IS possible to be pregnant and still get your monthly period.Either way, if you haven't done already, you MUST get yourself checked by a doctor - 1) to find out if you are still pregnant, and 2) to check you are OK internally. If you have suffered a miscarriage you have to get checked out by a doctor in case everything hasn't come out yet. Sorry to be so graphic.Good luck
It depends how long ago your miscarriage was. As you don't start showing until 14-15 weeks it is possible you had a miscarriage, one of twins and you are still pregnant with the other. Take a pregnancy test if it was more than 4 weeks ago.
Having a miscarriage means that you lost a fetus. Since a women can have a miscarriage and become pregnant again, which many have done the literal answer would be yes. I don't know if the term miscarriage is medically correct if you lost one fetus in a multiple birth pregnancy, but that would also be another way you could still be pregnant
No, but she can be remated straight away though.
i guess so since you still have high levels of hormones
i think i had a miscarriage, but i never knew i was pregnant. how do i find out for sure
Yes it will show positive until the hormones have settled. After a miscarriage it takes time until they change from being set on pregnant.
Is doxycycline given to you when you have a miscarriage
Yes. It is possible, but if you've had a miscarriage before, you're more likely to have one again.
If the doctor examined you after the miscarriage you are not pregnant anymore. He would've caught it. It takes several weeks for the hormones to settle so that might be it or you are pregnant again.
My wife had a miscarriage at 13 weeks on Friday and went for an ultrasound Tuesday and turns out there was twins and 1 was still alive So yes
You can get pregnant NOW, it is not still from the miscarriage. If you feel like it, go for it.
She may have had a miscarriage
It takes a few weeks until the hormones have settled.
A miscarriage means you have definitely lost the baby, there is usually lots of cramping and clots. A threatened miscarriage means just that, you are still pregnant but may miscarry in the future. Any spotting while pregnant can be called a threatened miscarriage and many women go on to have healthy babies. If you still have signs of pregnancy like swollen and sore breasts it is probably just a threatened miscarriage. Most doctors will order an ultrasound scan to tell for sure. I should think that a blood test (Quantitative HCG) would be more reliable than ultrasound. Levels are decreased in the case of miscarriage, threatened &/incomplete abortion, & if the fetus is dead.
The chance to still be pregnant after a D&C is very slim but you can however be pregnant again.
If you have had a miscarriage, then you have not only had a period in the past, you have also been pregnant. Any girl who has had a miscarriage, or suspects she has had a miscarriage, should see her gynecologist or primary care doctor so they can inspect to make sure what happened and to prevent any future problems. Incomplete miscarriages can be dangerous situations. If you have never experienced a period, though not the norm, I have encountered girls who have gotten pregnant on their first period. So they don't experience the bleeding.