Bleeding (usually heavy) maybe some cramping == == This bleeding may or may not be accompanied by crampy pains - a bit like period pains, or the bleeding can continue on for several days before the more serious pains kick in. Also be aware that this bleeding does not necessarily mean you will miscarry - I have always had bleeding in pregnancy and it has gone both ways.
If the bleeding does continue to the stage of being an 'inevitable' miscarriage, then expect quite strong pains and an increase in the amount of blood loss. Clots - sometimes quite large - can be lost. Occasionally you may see the baby, which sounds scary but isn't so bad when it comes to it.
Yes you can have a miscarriage at any point in pregnancy and not bleed or have any normal signs of miscarriage
No, if you are bleeding then yes.
Cramping, bleeding, clots in the blood, loss of pregnancy symptoms, back pain, headache, and feeling dizzy or faint are all signs of miscarriage. If you have these signs go to the ER immediately.
yes i had a miscarriage and i still had pregnancy signs for another week or so
it can take a couple of months until the hormones have settled.
Vaginal discharge and bleeding.They may also experience cramping.
Yes, it usually lasts until the hormones have settled.
well one I know of is extremely heavy bleeding (like a period) maybe cramps.
There's usually signs of slight cramps but not too painful.
They could be checking for any tissue that was not expelled during the miscarriage. They may be able to tell that you were pregnant depending on how long ago the miscarriage happened, and if anything was left behind.
Everybody is diffrent my friend had clots and very heavy bleeding and cramping at about 11 weeks but the baby was fine and healthy on the other hand there is me i had clots bleeding and contraction like cramps and ive miscarriage
You need to go to your doctor because those both are miscarriage signs. Do not wait.
If you think you could be pregnant contact your Dr or go to the Er. These are signs of a miscarriage.
Pregnancy on NuvaRing is unusual. If you're miscarrying on NuvaRing, you'll have a positive pregnancy test and bleeding.
A miscarriage in the first trimester is going to feel similar to period-like cramping in your lower abdomen. Some other symptoms of having a miscarriage are: the passing of tan colored tissue, headaches, back pain, the passing of blood, white to pinkish colored discharge, and a sudden decrease in signs of pregnancy.
It sounds like you had a miscarriage, here are some signs and symptoms of having a miscarriage: http://miscarriage.about.com/od/amimiscarrying/a/miscsymptoms.htm
Yes you can. Chills and fever are signs of infection and it is quite possible to have a miscarriage without infection. A very early miscarriage may also be painless, though a later one witll probably give you cramps and/or lower back pain.
While bleeding by itself is not a sure sign of miscarriage, it is quite likely when combined with cramps that are similar to period pains or mild labor. An ultrasound is the best way to be absolutely sure, combined with a blood test.
Can you be more specific on your question? If you had a miscarriage, you had a miscarriage. There's nothing you can do.
Were you diagnosed as pregnant? If you were in fact pregnant and now started you period again you "did" have a miscarriage. In the early stages of pregnancy a miscarriage is not always going to have any major symptioms. Discharging tissue could be something else if you weren't pregnant. I would see a doctor if you continue to have such discharge in the future.
A miscarriage means you have definitely lost the baby, there is usually lots of cramping and clots. A threatened miscarriage means just that, you are still pregnant but may miscarry in the future. Any spotting while pregnant can be called a threatened miscarriage and many women go on to have healthy babies. If you still have signs of pregnancy like swollen and sore breasts it is probably just a threatened miscarriage. Most doctors will order an ultrasound scan to tell for sure. I should think that a blood test (Quantitative HCG) would be more reliable than ultrasound. Levels are decreased in the case of miscarriage, threatened &/incomplete abortion, & if the fetus is dead.
Your chance of miscarriage does not increase after having one. It is very common for women to have one miscarriage, about 1 in 4 of all pregnancies end in miscarriage.
You can have a miscarriage at any time.
U were a miscarriage
She did not have a miscarriage.