A heavy painful period with clots.
It takes a few weeks until the hormones have settled.
If the doctor examined you after the miscarriage you are not pregnant anymore. He would've caught it. It takes several weeks for the hormones to settle so that might be it or you are pregnant again.
i think i had a miscarriage, but i never knew i was pregnant. how do i find out for sure
You can get pregnant NOW, it is not still from the miscarriage. If you feel like it, go for it.
Yes, especially if you were very early along. An early miscarriage (up to 7 or 8 weeks) would come on and just feel and look like a period with cramps etc. Somewhere around 25 - 30% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. And of those 40% are when the women did not even realize they were pregnant.
Yes, had the same thing happen to me twice(have had 3 miscarriages). Both times I was about 7.5 weeks pregnant when I miscarried, and the leaking started after the actual miscarriage had happened. Doctor said the miscarriage can make your body feel like you actually delivered, therefore it may produce some milk.
no, the earliest is 9 weeks
That can being as early as six weeks -- sometimes early if you have been pregnant in the past. If the cramping you feel is accompanied by blood or is excrutiating, contact your OBs office at once as you could be having a miscarriage.
As far as I know, if your cervix is open, a miscarriage is inevitable. I could be wrong, but that's the way it was explained to me. I've had one miscarriage in the past.
your stomach would feel a bit more tighter at 5 weeks, so that will be a yes!
I can feel mine at 7 weeks.
Most women do not feel any symptoms of pregnancy until they are 6-8 weeks pregnant.
no Hun believe me i used to be a doctor but i did not put it on my bio. for the first three weeks you will feel sick but be care full you don't want to get your temperate over 102 or you will miscarriage.
I am about 7-9 weeks prego and today I felt the flutters in my belly. I would have to say yes that you would be able to feel the flutters.
Yes, also you could get pregnant again very easily after a birth or miscarriage.
what does it feel like pregant for the first couple weeks
At only 2 weeks pregnant, your stomach wouldn't feel like anything. 2 weeks pregnant is technically considered the time of conception, give or take a few days. The number of weeks you are pregnant starts from the first day of your last period, and conception takes place roughly 2 weeks after that. So at 2 weeks, you are barely even pregnant, and it would not even show up on a pregnancy test for at least 2 more weeks.
It can't be. You would feel the baby moving and you would have a noticeable bump.
Usually you can feel it above your pelvic bone around 14 weeks.
You don't feel any movements at 9 weeks. You don't normally feel anything until around 16-20 weeks
you should feel tired, and sleepy
Yes, especially if you just had a miscarriage. Good luck and God Bless:) I am sorry for your loss. Yes you can still "feel" pregnant for quite a while after a miscarriage because the HCG (pregnancy hormone) takes a couple of weeks to go down to normal (less than 5) so depending on how far along you were in your pregnancy your levels could remain high (but dropping) for a couple of weeks. slowly they will start to disappear. Good luck to you.
I was all throughtout nine weeks so i would say yes