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Bleeding 2 Weeks After Miscarriage
Depends: Bleeding can vary after a miscarriage. Bleeding can be as short as 3-5 days or as long as 3-5 weeks even. The main thing is that your bleeding is becoming less and less over time. You should also be seeing your doctor for regular checks during the weeks following your miscarriage. ...Read more
A miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. (Pregnancy losses after the 20th week are called preterm deliveries.) A miscarriage may also be called a "spontaneous abortion." This refers to naturally occurring events, not medical ...Read more
I hear you can ovulate as soon as two weeks following a miscarriage. Does that mean 2 weeks after first day of bleeding or last day?
I had a miscarriage 2 months ago since then I had 2 normal cycles . However , I just started bleeding and already had a normal cycle two weeks ago. I have always had normal cycles. Not on birth contro
Speak with your Gyn: Several possibilities: An early miscarriage is a possibility. Other causes of abnormal bleeding include things that could upset your hormonal balance such as stress, rapid weight gain or loss and vigorous exercise. Other causes of abnormal bleeding are possible and you need to speak with your gynecologist. Implantation bleeding is usually just very slight and less than a day. *Severe bleeding> ER ...Read more
Had sex, started bleeding really heavy for two weeks with very little clotting. Did I have a miscarriage?
6weeks pregnant, passed two nickle size clots with no pain and not a lot of bleeding. Is that a miscarriage?
See your provider: I would suggest a visit to your healthcare provider for testing. Generally a miscarriage involves more cramping and bleeding. ...Read more
Hi, I am 4 week pregnant. I am bleeding for past two days and my HCG is 4550 when they tested today. they could see a small sac. should I be worried that I am miscarrying?
Close follow up: first trimester bleeding may be a miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or implantation spotting. your HCG and the presence of a small sac is reassuring but not conclusive. you will require close follow up to establish a diagnosis and appropriate treatment. your HCG levels should be monitored and you should have a repeat ultrasound to confirm a viable pregnancy. ...Read more
Two days ago I went to A&E with heavy red bleeding w/ clots at 5 weeks pregnant. Dx as miscarriage. Could it miscarried only a twin? hcg dropped to 9
With a level of 60 on my hCG i'm bleeding had positive pregnant test two weeks ago is it a miscarriage?
Possible: An HCG of 60 would be seen in early pregnancy, like in the first week or two. The level doubles every 72 hours and this is the best marker to follow. If you are having significant pain, get checked always possibility of tubal pregnancy which is dangerous. Otherwise notify your provider and the best course of action would be to check you HCG in 3 days. ...Read more
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