As soon as you test positive, it is a good idea to get an appointment as soon as possible especially with your history. Sorry to be harsh but there is no point in paying for a doctor's appointment until you have missed your period. It is thought that upto 50% of pregnancies "miscarry" at the first period, and there is nothing anyone can do about it. Up to about 5 years ago you wouldn'teven have known you were pregnant until you missed you period.
If you're having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive. Take a pregnancy test, and contact your health care provider if it's positive.
It's more likely to be a side effect from NuvaRing than a miscarriage. If it's a miscarriage, you'll have a positive pregnancy test. Take a home pregnancy test, and contact your health care provider if it's positive. If heavy bleeding lasts longer than a few days, or if it recurs on your next NuvaRing cycle, contact your health care provider.
Yes, a copper IUD can cause a miscarriage if you get pregnant with the IUD in. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If it's positive, contact your health care provider right away for advise related to the pregnancy. Whether you would like to continue the pregnancy or not, prompt medical attention is required.
Yes. This is because it takes a while for your hCG levels (the hormone detected by home pregnancy tests) to drop low enough to show a negative, especially if you were very far along. If you think you are having miscarriage contact your doctor right away and go the the ER.
not everyone has sighs of pregnancy, that's why pregnancy is very tricky but if u missed a period and your pregnancy test is positive pretty much your pregnant but if your still not sure contact your doctor
Unfortunately there are several reasons for cramping during pregnancy some are good and some are not so good. They include: miscarriage, gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, growth of the uterus and more. If you are too concerned just contact your doctor.
Then you would have a new pregnancy. If you feel that this has happened or if you are having any bleeding during pregnancy you should contact your Dr right away.
Only your Doctor can truly answer this question. Was you definitely pregnant and was it confirmed by pregnancy test or blood test? If you are/was pregnant and you are now experiencing bleeding, abdominal cramping etc, you should go to A & E, Early Pregnancy Unit or contact your Doctor immediately.
I would contact your physician and ask when to make an appointment. Most doctors will tell you to come make an appointment as soon as you receive a positive pregnancy test.
There are many reasons for bleeding during pregnancy. if you are bleeding you should contact your Dr or go the ER immediately.
It's rare but it can and does happen.There is an estimated 2% failure rate for tubal legations. You are however at a higher risk for ectopic pregnancy so if you have a positive home pregnancy test or have side or abdominal pain, shoulder pain, bleeding, or any miscarriage symptoms contact your dr or go to the ER immediately.
Miscarriages can be detected several ways. HCG levels - The woman takes a blood or urine quantitative pregnancy test. Then, 48 hours later, she takes another quantitative pregnancy test. If the HCG level in her blood or urine doesn't rise or actually decreases, then a miscarriage has either taken place or is in the process of taking place. An ultrasound can help determine if a miscarriage has occurred. If there is no visible fetus or embryo, depending on how far along the pregnancy is, then it can indicate a miscarriage has taken place. Signs of miscarriage include bleeding, cramping, pain, and passing "clots." If you suspect that you are having a miscarriage, you should contact your doctor.
sometimes it could mean that but its best to contact your docter and ask questions. i cramped like that but turns out that everything was fine.
Only if you have a risky pregnancy and not a normal healthy one would you risk having a miscarriage by having sex during pregnancy. If you are asking if sex can make you induce an abortion on purpose the answer is no.
yes it is possible. signs of a possibe miscarriage is exxcessive eating, drinking, an early period with excessive bleedig. I recommend you contact a doctor because there is a possibility that there still might be some fetal tissue that a doctor may have to get out. This all depends on how far you were but if you dont think you were pregnant and ave a miscarriage I doubt you were that far along your pregnancy. yes it is possible. signs of a possibe miscarriage is exxcessive eating, drinking, an early period with excessive bleedig. I recommend you contact a doctor because there is a possibility that there still might be some fetal tissue that a doctor may have to get out. This all depends on how far you were but if you dont think you were pregnant and ave a miscarriage I doubt you were that far along your pregnancy.
They try but they rarely succeed. It's not easy to end a healthy pregnancy and the best and safest thing they can do to have an abortion (a induced miscarriage) is to contact a doctor.
If you are pregnant and you are having problems, you should contact a doctor right away. It could be anything. Even if you are not planning on continuing the pregnancy, you should still contact a doctor. Cramps during pregnancy can mean many things: gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, pre-term labor, miscarriage, braxton hicks contractions, and many other things. If you feel that it may be more serious you should contact your doctor.
Contact your doctor immediately....it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor as soon as you can.
Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.
No amount of birth control pill will harm or end an existing pregnancy. If you need to end a pregnancy, contact your health care provider for a referral to an abortion provider, if re in a country with legal abortion.
Severe cramping, heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, sudden stop in pregnancy symptoms are a few. If you feel that you may be having a miscarriage contact your dr and go to the ER immediately.
there is a pill that induces or causes a miscarriage but it is only prescribed by doctors. Either this pill is prescribed for a "missed abortion", a pregnancy that has not expelled itself from the uterus that is no longer viable or for a medical abortion in which you choose to terminate the pregnancy. Contact your local abortion clinic or OBGYN to discuss your options further. It is not safe to take or do anything to try and terminate the pregnancy on your own. Good luck. Remember it is your body and your decision.
Not necessarily. Each pregnancy can be different. Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.
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.
No, it shouldn't - home pregnancy tests test for the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin. This hormone is not in birth control pills. There *are* other reasons that you could test positive for HCG, like weird tumors and such, but more likely it is just plain old early pregnancy! Test again tomorrow or in a few days, and the test should be more positive. If it doesn't, it may have been a missed pregnancy (early miscarriage/chemical pregnancy) - false positive home pregnancy tests seem to be unheard of. In case you really are pregnant, you should make sure to start on a prenatal/folic acid, contact your doctor or planned parenthood, and cut out bad habits like alcohol and smoking, no matter what your eventual decision may be. Good luck! =-]