Call a doctor and tell them what it going on with you. They will be able to help you better. the same thing actually happened to me just a couple of weeks ago and it was very up setting i started getting stomach cramps ( very bad one ) and then my period started 2 weeks early and there were alot of blood clots in, i havent yet been to the doctors although i think i should
A miscarriage should not prevent you from becoming pregnant again.
It is possible to become pregnant after a tubal ligation and experience a miscarriage. If a woman experiences symptoms of heavy bleeding along with cramping and she suspects a miscarriage she should consult a doctor.
BUt it isn't your fault. he should be able to understand
I'm no expert but my wife is an RN and we lost two children to miscarriage before she became pregnant with our son. Generally, no it is no more difficult than before, however as I understand it, you should wait a couple months before trying again to give your body time to readjust.
You should wait a couple of weeks for the healing but you can always get pregnant both before the 2 weeks and after so use protection.
You should wait for at least three months before getting pregnant again. Your doctor will do some tests to prevent further miscarriages.
You just had a miscarriage and noe i find out that im pregnat again what should you do?
Most likely not, you need (should have) 1 normal cycle before it can occur when your prog. levels drop down and you ovulate again You should have a complete cycle before becoming pregnant after a miscarriage, for safety reasons though. You can definitely become pregnant before having a period. My doctor just told me he's had women get pregnant 2 weeks after a miscarriage. It's not recommended because your body needs time to heal and get back to normal. Otherwise, if this time is not allowed, you are more at risk for another miscarriage. I had a miscarriage and ovulated 2 weeks after a d&c was performed without having a period first. However, I was not trying to get pregnant for this reason. We waited a couple months before trying just to be on the safe side. But to the question...you absolutely can get pregnant after a miscarriage even if you haven't had a period yet. You do not have to have a period to ovulate. A lot of people think if you're not having a period you can't get pregnant, so wrong, you can still be ovulating.
Diet pills don't cause miscarriage but should not be taken when pregnant because they can very likely cause fetal damage. They are rarely tested on pregnant women and when pregnant you should not diet.
After my miscarriage, my OB/GYN suggested to wait three menstrual cycles before getting pregnant. This allows everything to get new fresh layers and everything else to be cleaned out and fresh. After my miscarriage, my OB/GYN suggested to wait three menstrual cycles before getting pregnant. This allows everything to get new fresh layers and everything else to be cleaned out and fresh.
Not necessarily. A miscarriage can happen during a woman's first or fourth pregnancy. There is always a chance, but you shouldn't stress yourself out about it happening again every time you become pregnant.
Cortal is aspirin and does not cause miscarriage but it can cause fetal damage which is why women who are pregnant should stick to Tylenol.
If an accidental pregnancy occurs, the Nuva Ring should not cause a miscarriage.
Tylenol does not cause miscarriage but adding meds when pregnant is something you should talk to your doctor about.
If you have had a miscarriage, then you have not only had a period in the past, you have also been pregnant. Any girl who has had a miscarriage, or suspects she has had a miscarriage, should see her gynecologist or primary care doctor so they can inspect to make sure what happened and to prevent any future problems. Incomplete miscarriages can be dangerous situations. If you have never experienced a period, though not the norm, I have encountered girls who have gotten pregnant on their first period. So they don't experience the bleeding.
You should contact your Dr right away if you experience any bleeding during pregnancy. Bleeding can be a sign of miscarriage and other serious conditions.
Pregnant women should not use ruta because it stimulates contraction of the uterus and can cause miscarriage.
Not sure what you mean by "throw away already" but if you mean you had a miscarriage or abortion you should still be able to get pregnant. Miscarriage is very common, about 30%, and abortion does not make you sterile.
If you are experiencing blood clots while pregnant, you should contact your doctor immediately. You could be having a miscarriage. I passed a clot when I was pregnant and I had a miscarriage. Some light bleeding may be normal, but clotting sounds more serious.
It can happen. If you don't want to get pregnant you should always use a condom and/or a reliable method of birth control.
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.
I am sorry you have already had a miscarriage. Riding the rollercoaster is not going to make you have miscarriage. If you DO miscarry it is nothing to do with the rollercoaster. Good Luck.j
Physically yes you could but healthwise you should wait about another month
No, it is biologically impossible for a woman to menstruate while she is pregnant - menstruation only occurs after ovulation, which is prevented while a woman is already pregnant, and uterus lining shedding would result in miscarriage. A woman can experience vaginal bleeding while pregnant for other reasons, such as implantation bleeding or hormonal changes, if any woman is pregnant and experiences vaginal bleeding she should seek immediate medical attention as it may be that she is at risk of miscarriage.
no fish should be pregnant before a year