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11 weeks pregnant bleeding and clots mild cramping does this mean i may have a miscarriage? word

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Dr. Phillip Shubert
Maternal-Fetal Medicine 36 years experience
Hard to say: The bleeding and cramping are of concern. The clots are not particularly significant, merely the result of accumulated blood in the vagina. I would suggest speaking with your doctor and assessing the pregnancy with an ultrasound.
Dr. Joseph Accurso
Radiology 29 years experience
Only time will tell: Unfortunately, there is nothing anyone can do at this early state. Could get an obstetrical ultrasound to look for viability. Serial measurements of the pregnancy hormone HCG may also be useful to confirm pregnancy status.

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A 29-year-old female asked:

11 weeks pregnant bleeding and clots mild cramping does this mean i may have a miscarriage?

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Dr. A. Jay Staub
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Could be......: You should call your doctor now.
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A 33-year-old female asked:

11 weeks pregnant bleeding and clots mild cramping does this mean i may have a miscarriage? Word2

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
That is possible.: Hello. Although sometimes bleeding can be due to a miscarriage - it is not always the case. I would call your obstetrician in the morning. If you hemorrhage - would go to the er tonight. Take care.

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