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Cervix After Miscarriage
What happens to your cervix after a miscarriage will it come down straight away and then start cycle again?
You will be OK: Quickly. Cycle might be delayed a month or so. ...Read more
How quickly does a cervix close after miscarriage? I haemorrhaged over 1 litre in 1 hour and dr said cervix was closed straight after. Still bleeding
Varies: The cervical response after a miscarriage will vary from person to person. Treatment should be based on the amount of bleeding, hemodynamic stability and whether or not there is tissue still present in the uterus. Treatment is not really based on whether or not the cervix is open or closed ...Read more
Biochemical prgnancy: Possible to have a nonviable pregnancy at very early estimated gestational age (~4-5 weeks from last menstrual period. Since the pregnancy is very early, there may be minimal bleeding/cramping similar to a period. A biochemical pregnancy is a nonviable pre-clinical pregnancy that occurs at an early gestational age with no evidence of a pregnancy by u/s, but only via blood test. ...Read more
Can you tell me about normal for the cervix to be low and hard after 2 weeks and 7 days since miscarriage?
After a miscarriage how long does it take for the cervix to go back to normal to be go back to normal cycle.
Miscarriage: Depending on how far along you were when you miscarried, if your cycles were regular, your body should go back to your normal pattern within 1-3 months. In some patients, it may take a bit longer for your cycles to return to normal. Still, many physicians would recommend you wait 2-3 cycles after the miscarriage before trying again to get pregnant again. ...Read more
Open for a time.: A miscarriage is a process where the pregnancy is unable to be maintained for a number of reasons. The uterus contracts and you feel cramping pain. If the pregnancy is farther along this can cause slight opening (dilatation) of the cervix. Most of the time if this occurs it returns to normal in the first 3-4 wks. After the miscarriage. ...Read more
Yes: It has returned to normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Does flying affect a foetus 4-8weeks if one has a history of miscarriages and diagnosed with a weak cervix?
Is it normal to have low-lying cervix during the first trimester? Should I avoid sex if I've had miscarriages before?
Cervix measuring 2.87 cm at 6 weeks. Shoukd I be worried? Have a history of pre term births and late miscarriages. Anything to do now that can help?
I'm going through a "threatened miscarriage" the dr said my cervix is closed. What's going to happen?
Please ask your doc: Your doc should explain everything about what could or could not happen to u it depends if u are really going to have one or not because when I use that term it could go neither way, your doc should be able to see a fetal htbeat by 6 1/2 - 7 weeks if it is not going to be one, if u are going to misc your cervix will open and u will start to bleed and pass tissue, or u may not pass the tissue. ...Read more
I was 11wks pregnant drs said I had a miscarriage does the cervix close rite up after the miscarriage?
Had heavy bleeding which has stopped. If I miscarried would my cervix would still be closed? I am 6 weeks and 2 days along.
It could look closed: At six weeks along the products of conception aren't very big. If you had heavy bleeding then there is a good likelihood that you miscarried. To be sure whether you miscarried or not you could get a pelvic ultrasound which may show a gestational sac. You might also get a quantitative hCG to give some idea of whether you have a viable pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm going through a threatened miscarriage cervix is closed I've been bleeding for 4 days. 6.5 weeks preg. What's happening?
Threatened ab: Bleeding in an otherwise normal pregnancy is called a threatened miscarriage. An ultrasound can help check for ectopic or abnormal pregnancy such as blighted ovum. If the ultrasound indicates a normal looking embryo then you have a good chance of continuing a normal pregnancy even though you had the bleeding. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I recently had a miscarriage. Before I miscarried I could swear at times I felt so much pressure on my cervix. Now I an ttc, pressure is back! Help! ?
Probably ok: Pressure is pretty nonspecific, but I would recommend seeing your obgyn to make sure everything is back to normal after your miscarriage. ...Read more
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