Is it likely you had a miscarriage if after sex something fleshy came out and you then started a very heavy period?
It could be if you are sure you were pregnant. I had a miscarriage when I was 2 months along. One night I had sex and bleed a little afterwards. The next day I started bleeding bad and passed large clumps for hours. I went to the doctor and it was confirmed that I had been pregnant and had a miscarriage.
I had sex with my fiance and he hit me on the outside of my body by accident instead of going inside of me. I bleed really bad right after that. A few days later I passed a large "sac-like" tissue. Later on the doctor told me I had had a miscarriage.
From what I understand most miscarriages happen prior to entering your second trimester. Miscarriages are somewhat common, many doctors stating 1 out of 5 pregnancies end up in a miscarriage. It is usually not due to anything you did but natures way of ending something that wasn't meant to be. Also, remember that many of these the pregnant women don't even realize they had a miscarriage and mistake it for their normal monthly period. I…
Well if you determined the pregnancy after the miscarriage it is much more difficult to figure out exactly how far along you were unless you have ultrasounds already, which isn't likely. You can try to look at the days in which you might have ovulated and when you had intercourse but an exact date is not likely.
Technically, it's not actually clotted blood that gets discharged during your period or after a miscarriage. The substance expelled also contains cells from your womb etc, and if it's a miscarriage it would also most likely contain foetal cells. So yes, you will get lumpy discharges after a miscarriage.
Does a light pink spotting after urinating and only when you wipe mean your going to have a miscarriage?
Could I have had a miscarriage 3 days after my missed period but not know it Sudden cramps followed by heavy bleeding clotting Should I see a doctor?
Oh dear, had you had a positive pregnancy test? It sounds as though you have had either a late period or an early miscarriage. If the bleeding has stopped or is stopping and you feel otherwise well (no fever etc) there is no need to see a doctor. If it was an early miscarriage it will be all gone and there is no way of telling. These early miscarriages are usually becases something has gone…
Technically, this is called a blighted ovum. If you have not started bleeding and the ultra-sound has not showed any cardio activity in the fetus by a certain time (usually 6 weeks) then the doctor probably would consider it a blighted ovum with no chance of survival. If you do not bleed soon then they will most likely suggest a D&C. I had this exact situation and since my body did not detect that something…
You were two weeks late on your period and finally had your period you had very heavy bleeding and blood clots were large you also had cramping Could you have had a miscarriage?
If you had unprotected sex around the time you ovulated you could have conceived. If there was a problem in fetal development, most likely the pregnancy would have ended in a miscarriage. The earlier in the pregnancy the miscarriage happens the more likely your uterus will completely dispel all of the tissue. Anywhere from 10-25% of all pregnancies will end in miscarriage. Your description sounds exactly like the symptoms of miscarriage, the pain is usually…
* Possible, but not likely. A miscarriage is usually caused by either a chromosomal abnormality or a blunt-force trauma to the pelvic area. Stress can cause a baby to be unusually small or have other health problems though. * Stress is absolutely not a cause of miscarriage. That could stress a lot of women out unnecessarily!
Definitely; the majority of miscarriages occur within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Fifty percent of women who miscarry don't notice and continue without ever noticing. A miscarriage may occur before the end of the first trimester if the fetus is not developing normally. Although a miscarriage can be frightening and upsetting, an early miscarriage is most likely nothing to worry about.
No it does not mean you are having a miscarriage, most likely you have hemorrhoids or anal fishers which are very common during pregnancy. You should tell your doctor so that he can prescribe you some hydro cortisone acetate or something similar to help sooth and heal the hemorrhoids. I am 29 weeks pregnant and have had this problem from the first trimester and it has helped me tremendously.
If you were unaware of a pregnancy and have been experiencing brown and pink discharge constantly some bleeding and clotting some pain on and off for the past 13 days is it likely to be a miscarriage?
You passed a clam sized tissue grey and pink in colur with blood and cramping you went to the doctor but the pregnancy test was negative- could this still have been a miscarriage still?
Yes this was most likely a miscarriage. Especially if you experienced abdominal crmaping & vaginal bleeding. If you didn't experience cramping & bleeding then it most likely wasn't a miscarriage but uterine tissue being released which does happen sometimes - its your uterus way of clearing itself out fully.
While a tumor may be large, soft and fleshy it's not an indication that it may be cancerous. A lipoma may appear much the same way but regardless, this is something that must be evaluated by a physician. The physician will probably order some diagnostic testing to be performed, most likely but not limited to an ultrasound. The physician may also order a biopsy of the growth at the same time so that pathology lab…