However, every woman's body is different and reacts differently to pregnancy, even to different pregnancies. The best thing for a woman to do, if she is concerned, is to call the doctor (nurse mid-wife, etc.) or the doctor's nurse. Tell him or her exactly how you are feeling. They can reassure you or ask you to come in for an evaluation if they have a concern. If you have called and still don't feel right, just make an appointment. You don't need permission. If something isn't feeling right to you, or you're worried, go in. Any caring, good doctor (or other professional) will take the time to listen to you and will even offer to do an ultrasound for further assurance (mine does one the very first visit, and schedules a follow-up if he has any questions about the pregnancy). Ask for an ultrasound if one is not offered. (This may not be as attractive an option if your insurance won't pay for one at this early stage, or if you have no insurance, so consider how much you want to pay for peace-of-mind.)
Not right away, the hormones don't keep up.
By birth, miscarriage or abortion at the doctors.
it can take a couple of months until the hormones have settled.
== == yes your mind can play tricks on you!!
stop worrying! If you are bleeding, very low chance of pregnancy
First off if you think you are having a miscarriage you should contact your Dr right away. Symptoms may include : Heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, passing of clots and/or tissue, cramping, back pain, sudden stop of pregnancy symptoms, and home pregnancy test going from positive to negative. You should go to the ER right away if you have any sever bleeding, shoulder pain, smelly/yellow/green discharge, fever, blurred vision, or fainting as these all could be signs of something much more serious.
Yes - go to the doctor and ask them to do a test because it is more reliable
It's possible. One could have a "silent miscarriage"- a fetal demise- and not have bleeding or other obvious symptoms. Having regular prenatal checkups not only keeps you healthy, it keeps you from needlessly worrying over things like this. It is very common for pregnancy symptoms to stop and start again. And everybody is different.
Yes, most symptoms stop at the end of the first trimester
Yes but these usally means the baby can be born with severe problems such as it might be asian :/
Not likley. I just miscarried my first pregnancy, and was on 200mg of prometrium (progesterone).