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What do you if a doctor told you you had a miscarriage because you had heavier bleeding and clotting but he never looked at you or did a pelvic exam?


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2005-03-09 21:51:39
2005-03-09 21:51:39

I would find another doctor. If you were definitely pregnant and called the doctor to report heavy bleeding, he should have sent you for beta HcG tests. That will determine if the placenta is still producing the pregnancy hormone, if it is, then you're still pregnant, if the amount is not rising, then you have miscarried.


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It is a possibility. I suggest you go to the doctor and get checked. If you HAVE had a miscarriage and you are still bleeding you may have a bit of the pregnancy still inside which could cause an infection or heavier bleeding. If you have NOT had a miscarriage there is some other problem which needs checking.

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No. Spotting is probably implantation bleeding. You would know if you had miscarried because it would be heavier and painful

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Something as simple as a sneeze can cause you to miscarriage. Generally, however, you don't know that you're one week along and can miscarry without knowing that you were pregnant. This miscarriage type of miscarriage can result in some heavier-than-normal bleeding and such.

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You can spot during a pregnancy but if you start bleeding heavily it can be a sign of a miscarriage.

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normal bleeding will be the same as a normal period if a women misscarried she minght encounter servre stomache aches and pains low abdominal pains and a very much more heavier bleed may be slightly darker in color and alot heavier

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