It's normal to experience some form of odor yes. If you experience discharge then see your doctor as it could be yeast. Its also very common to contract a yeast infection or a UTI after a miscarriage. Im sorry about your loss.
Yes as long as the discharge does not smell bad or worse than your period and should only last a couple of days. If longer than two days go to the doctor.
If it is the last trimester it could be the mucus plug
I last one whole week and doctor told me is normal...
Hi there, I am wondering what the outcome of your situation was, I am having the same thing.
If your miscarriage took place in last stages of pregnancy, or if in your miscarriage any kind of surgery was done, you should wait more than six months to try again so that your body comes back to normal position and you also mentally prepare yourself to try for another baby. But if miscarriage occurs in early stages of pregnancy, like within three months, and your bleeding stopped within 10 or some more days, then you can try immediately after miscarriage and there is no need to wait long. Recent studies show that if a woman get pregnant again after a miscarriage within six months, her chances of a healthy pregnancy are far more than those who get pregnant after six months. However you should wait for a normal period after miscarriage and when a normal period comes, you can try to get pregnant again after this period. This is because if you get pregnant immediately after miscarriage and do not wait for a normal period, you will have no exact date of start of your pregnancy as well as LMP. So it is advised to wait for a normal period. My advise is also that you try again after a normal period after the miscarriage, and try immediately after that period and do not wait any more. There is no need at all to wait for more than one normal period. Hope this is the answer to your question.
Normal bleeding can last for 1-4 weeks but if you are worried or if it goes on longer or you bleed the same amount the whole time you should to see a doctor.
You need to see your OB/Gyn for assistance. You also need to rest, limit stess and drink fluids. The bleeding can be normal, but if you are prone to miscarriage, see a physician immediately.
3-7 days depending on the force of the evacuation. be aware that if light bleeding turns heavy go to ER for evauluation as it is possible to have a incomplete miscarriage which will need a d and c to complete. good luck Joymaker RN
yes its normal , if your period is late you can have brown discharge also it happens after periods and it mean its cleaning out your vagina and old blood looks brown.
Pink discharge can mean your waters are leaking and green discharge can be meconium (baby's 1st poo). In either case, see your doctor asap. I'm not about orange though, sorry.
its probably fine. but if you have any worry, go see a doctor. it could also be signs of miscarriage.
You should go by your last normal period.
Symptoms of miscarriage include but are not limited to: heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, cramping, loss of pregnancy symptoms, dizziness, and abdominal pain. If you feel that you could be having a miscarriage or have any type of bleeding during pregnancy you should call your Dr. If you are having heavy bleeding (more than 1 pad per hour), back/shoulder pain, smelly discharge, yellow/green discharge, or fever you should go to the ER immediately.
its ok that's normal
Yes you could be pregnant.
If in doubt see your doctor, or surgery nurse.
It is normal for woman to have periods like that but if it makes you feel safe and comfortable see a doc
You need to go and have a checkup. That has to be done every time you think you have a miscarriage to make sure nothing ls left that can give you infections.
While light bleeding can be a normal symptom in pregnancy, it isn't if combined with cramping. The two together could indicate a threatened miscarriage. Sometimes it may settle, but it may increase if a miscarriage is unavoidable. Get it checked with a doctor.
This depends on when the miscarriage occurred, and the individual. As everybody is different the easiest thing to do is to ask some experienced mothers and grandmothers. Remember the mental effects of a miscarriage will always be remembered and can last for many years.
About the brown discharge, you should probably visit a gynecologist because your discharge is a good indicator of your health. Irregular periods are normal, but not if you've been regular your whole life. And lastly, missing your period is frightening, have you had any unprotected sex? If yes, maybe you should check you're not pregnant. If no, then I still think you should visit your gynae about the discharge...
It can last for 3-4 weeks.
Anywhere between 5 - 14 days. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue. A miscarriage can last for a couple of weeks or just a couple of days, it depends on how long it takes your body to expel the pregnancy tissue.
Your period should return within 4-6 weeks for a miscarriage or D&C, but in some cases it can last longer (7-9 weeks) periods should return within 6 weeks.