What do miscarriages look like?
A miscarriage early in pregnancy can resemble a large clot of blood. Sometimes a women does not even know she is miscarrying. Most miscarriages happen before the 7th week of pregnancy (which is about 5 weeks after conception) and only 3 weeks after a missed period. Which is why most women dont even realize anything is wrong. As the embryo grows the miscarriage will be much more noticable. Usually intense cramping followed by a day or two of bleeding, eventually expelling the embryo(s).(which might resemble a tampon in size and coloring) If experiencing any signs of a miscarriage it is important to be seen by a doctor. Sometimes a womens body does not expell all the embryo and sac and this could lead to an infection. A procedure called a D & C can be preformed to prevent this.
So many things can cause or contribute to a miscarriage. Most of the time, miscarriages are caused by some type of fetal abnormality, where the fetus isn't developing properly. Many women, however, experience a miscarriage and then go on to have healthy pregnancies afterward. Miscarriages can also be caused by something going haywire in the mother's body, for example with the immune system or the uterus. Sometimes miscarriages even run in a family. Diet is…
I dream that I am pregnant and I have miscarriages often Is this a sign that I will not be able to have babies?
Nope. Not even close. It depends I have had 3 miscarriages and 1 successful pregnancy. One of the 3 miscarriages was EXTREMELY painful. Definately comparable to my birth but the pain didn't last as long. It WAS like labour. But my other 2 miscarriages were not as painful. One was not painful at all. It also has nothing to do with how pregnant you are. The painful one, I was only 9 weeks pregnant, the…
Yes it is possible to have several miscarriages and then a normal pregnancy. I had 3 miscarriages all between 12-15 weeks gestation and then had a normal healthy baby girl. All miscarriages were almost a year apart. On the fourth year a normal healthy baby came to me. I knew I could do this as I had already had one normal pregnancy prior, so my children are 5 years apart almost to the day
Depends on why you miscarry if we are talking about natural miscarriages. If the problem is still there then yes it can happen again. If it happens in the first trimester, which is most common and is because something is wrong with the fetus, most likely it will not affect future pregnancies. If we are talking induced miscarriages aka abortion also no, unless you have complications.
Lots of things can cause miscarriages. If herpes is contracted just before getting pregnant then it can cause miscarriages. The most common thing being a defect with the baby, or there could be a genetic reason for it too. If you have been having miscarriages, then you may want to see a fertility clinic and have some testing done.