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Is it normal to have a miscarriage at four weeks pregnant?


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2005-12-16 23:08:01
2005-12-16 23:08:01

Most miscarriages happen by 4 months. If you are having severe cramping & a lot of bleeding go see your doctor. As far as the pregnancy test. The pregnancy hormone will still be in your body after miscarriage. According to what the doctors told me when I miscarried, between 2 and 3 out of every 10 pregnancies end in miscarriage. Some miscarriages happen so fast, the woman doesn't even know she's pregnant-- she just thinks her period is late. 4 weeks and 8 weeks are the most common times for a miscarriage as they are the times when a period would have come. Most women who misacrry at 4 weeks don't even realise they have been pregnant.


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yes. Four weeks pregnant is just about the time your period is due so you may have cramps.

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If there is no heartbeat on the ultrasound at 16 weeks it has most likely been a miscarriage.

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If you had bleeding at four weeks pregnant it is possible that you were not pregnant at all, you just had a period. Even if you were pregnant tests may show nothing as very little hormone would have been produced and it would soon disappear.

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It could mean that you have had a miscarriage, but this is normally accompanied by bleeding and heacier cramping. Everything could be fine, bit with a history of miscarriage I would avoid sex and strenuous physical activity and see your doctor. The doctor can obtain a Quantitative HCG level and then obtain another in a week or so to make sure your HCG level is rising at it should.

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