If your OB didn't find anything then that means that you either had a miscarriage or there wasn't anything there from the start.
if nothing at all was there then probably no miscarriage unless you had a chemical pregnancy. I had a miscarriage and the ultrasound showed small empty sack, but no baby. It is interesting to note that two or three weeks later i had another ultrasound because of unexplained bleeding and i very much pregnant, everything that should be there was there.
A lot of times when ultrasound shows just a sac a number of things can be the cause.It could be you're not as far gone as you thot or you're overweight with fat deposits around your mid or you have a tilted uterus. This is why a lot of OBs these days ask you to come back after a couple of days just to be sure. Check the website Misdiagnosed Miscarriage on the left; stories abound.
They could be checking for any tissue that was not expelled during the miscarriage. They may be able to tell that you were pregnant depending on how long ago the miscarriage happened, and if anything was left behind.
The people reading the ultrasound will report their findings to your doctor and he can tell you what is going on.
Yes,your tummy can hurt after a miscarriage, because something didn't all come out.
Yes. The fetus may not be reabsorbed into your body and you would have to have a DNC (they remove the remains surgically). If you feel you have had a miscarriage, you should go to a doctor and get a pelvic exam including an ultrasound to check for other problems that could develop.
You really need to talk to your doctor or the person who did the ultrasound about this.
since you have had a prior miscarriage I would have it checked out
An ultrasound at 6 weeks should show a fetal heartbeat, if there was a fetal heartbeat you're not miscarrying.. It's probable you estimated your due date wrong.
I understand what you are saying when you say messuring, they messure the sac and it calculates what the size is to get the age of the sac/fetus.
once a lady gets pregnant,there is no way you receive your periods.if it happens,then consult a doctor because it could be signs of miscarriage or anything else of danger.
Yes, you could, but you probably wouldn't know that it was a miscarriage
It is possible that it could be a miscarriage. The only way to know is to visit a doctor.
You could be lactose intolerant.. or it could just be period pain.. or gas?? if in doubt the doctor is the best bet - just in case u need an ultrasound you don't need an ultrasound...it's like your sick or anything.
Anything is possible. You need to see your doctor if you have any bleeding during pregnancy.
According to a midwife I spoke to, it won't. I was worried I had a miscarriage because of some bleeding, and she said I could do a pregnancy test to find out if I had or not.
If you started to bleed soon after, then there is a possibility that you could of had a miscarriage. Pregnancy tests are not always acurrate though and that could of been the problem. If it was a miscarriage then I would go and see the docter, because you should get cleaned out nad the docter will tell you if you really were pregnant or not.
well you could google information on miscarriage but as far as i understand when you miscarriage it is similar to your period only heavier than usual and late.. so no it could just be normal discharge or it could be an STD..
If you are in the process of having a miscarriage then it is unlikely you can do anything to stop it happening, unfortunately. Just make sure you get the medical attention you need to ensure you come through it ok and there isn't anything left behind that could become infected and leave you very ill. I'm very sorry for you.
It could be a miscarriage, although bleeding shouldn't be of concern if the fetus is properly developing. I suggest you go see your ob-gyn for another ultrasound in order to find out if the bleeding is serious. Ultrasounds don't cause blood or cramps. Take care, T. Hawk
You could have a miscarriage any time roughly in your first 3 months.
There doesn't seem to be any evidence that drinking hot water would cause a miscarriage. Drinking coffee or tea could be avoided because of the caffeine.
If you are suspicious that you may have had a miscarriage, see a doctor immediately. An over-the-counter pregnancy test could still read positive after a miscarriage.
The blood appears during the miscarriage it could take up to 3 weeks after a miscarriage occurs before you bleed.
You could see a heartbeat if they do a transvaginal ultrasound.
If you do not remember the date of your last period you can have an ultrasound to determine your due date. More than one ultrasound throughout your pregnancy may be required because ultrasounds are not always accurate. They could be out as little as a couple of days by a matter of weeks.
It is very dangerous to try anything to induce a miscarriage, and could even endanger your life. Get help from someone. If you are a minor, talk to your parents or another adult that you trust. If you want to talk to someone that is trained to help you follow this link: