Ways to have a miscarriage?
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A natural miscarriage just happens, usually in the first trimester because the embryo/fetus is not viable or developing right. There is nothing you can do about it. A induced miscarriage is an abortion and you need to see a doctor for that. Abortion done by pills is available up to the 9th week/63 days and after that by surgery.
Because of the levels of a certain hormone in your body and the way the lining of your uterus is. There are lots of ways for a doctor to know if you had a miscarriage. He can give you a blood test right afterward that will test your levels of HCG in the blood. If it is more than two, then you were pregnant.
Miscarriages can be detected several ways. HCG levels - The woman takes a blood or urine quantitative pregnancy test. Then, 48 hours later, she takes another quantitative pregnancy test. If the HCG level in her blood or urine doesn't rise or actually decreases, then a miscarriage has either taken place or is in the process of taking place. An ultrasound can help determine if a miscarriage has occurred. If there is no visible fetus or…
Dear Reader; Only your health care provider can answer that question since a reason for the miscarriage is not known to me. I do want to share with you a little about miscarriage. Miscarriage also known as spontainious abortion can be caused by multiple factors. Four of them are; induced miscarriage, misarriage due to problems with the mothers health, miscarriage due to problems with the fetus, and miscarriage do to specific disease. Induced miscarriage can…
Is it still a miscarriage if you habe a miscarriage but the baby is still inside you or is everything okay still?
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