That is either an infection or somthing reg. If you were to have a miscarriage you would get bad cramps but not often, bleed and you may even see a blood clot with a dark spot in it.Answer
I had a yellow mucus-like discharge the day before I started bleeding during my miscarriage. The discharge was the mucus plug being discharged from my cervix. Cervical mucus goes through lots of changes during pregnancy, so it could also be "normal", depending on your particular circumstances.Answer
Also check to be sure you dont have a yeast infection. Sometimes the discarge can be a yellow color as well.Answer
this might be a fungal infection which happens to most pregnant women. it may also shows signs of sexual transmitted disease, check with doctor what might be the cause
I just have been though a miscarriage, it started with yellowy mucus within a couple of days there was a slight pink tinge, this carried on for 10 days then the pink stuff got more pink and blood like - like the beginning of a period, 11 days after all this started i thought i had wind pains and thought nothing of it, the next afternoon was the same, by the next morning they were like small contraction lasting 1-2mins about every5-10mins, i took painkiller and they didn't work, i finally got back to sleep. in the morning i woke up and went to the loo and had funny feeling , like i had to push 'something' out, i then wiped and had a 10cm piece of tissue (that looked like a cross between liver and raw steak) on the toilet tissue! I had no pain what so ever until 2 days before the lining came out of my body!
Everyone is different, If you are concerned go to a doctor and asked them to take some blood and measure your hormone level (quantitive test) you'll need a blood test every 2nd day for about a week - if the levels are going up, it a good thing. If on the other hand they are going down or not moving, its a bad thing!
BUT PLEASE go and see your Doctor!
It is dangerous to get pregnant so fast after a miscarriage.
You can have a miscarriage through out the pregnancy for different reasons.
It is possible you are pregnant. As long as you have had a period since your miscarriage you know that your cycle is back on track. A brown discharge could be anything. Take a preg test and be sure.
If the test was positive then you will be pregnant
At 8 months it's premature labor or stillborn.
If you missed your period for 2 months and it is not normal for you than yes you are probably pregnant and if you have a white smelly discharge you may have a yeast infection if you are pregnant and you do have an infection it can cause a miscarriage, you should see your doctor.
No, she had a miscarriage 2 months after conception.
The average time to get pregnant is 8,5 months. 3 months is nothing. If you've had no luck in 1 year you can seek help.
It's not risky, it just depends on what caused the miscarriage, what was performed for the miscarriage and how far a long you were when you had the miscarriage. I am four months pregnant after two miscarriages and everything is going great. Check out this article for advice on trying to conceive after a miscarriage: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.html
Yes, you can and you probably are. If you are three months pregnant, a miscarriage would involve quite a lot of blood. The bleeding can result from lots of different things and is probably nothing dangerous. However, it would be a good idea to go to your doctor to check it out, just to be on the safe side (even though the discharge has now stopped).
There is always a chance for a miscarriage.
It's the same as before the first pregnancy.
I'm guessing you mean you were 5 months pregnant and yes you can. You are highly fertile after for awhile due to hormones and need to protect yourself.
I'm sorry for your miscarriage. It's possible you could be pregnant again. As you have a history of miscarriage, I would recommend you see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
No that would be a miscarriage. No baby will survive it that early.
Yes it is...I suffered a miscarriage at 8 months.
Yes it takes about 2 months for the hormones to settle and during that time the test will show pregnant.
You will probably be able to get pregnant in the future. i had a miscarriage back in february of 2004..i had only been pregnant for about two months. i just turned 19 in december. i am hoping to get pregnant again, and my doctor said i should have no problem conceiving again.
hello. you can miscarry at 20 weeks or 30. i lost my baby at 7 months.