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Dealing With A Missed Miscarriage
Somewhat common: Unfortunately abnormal pregnancies that do not spontaneously miscarry before being recognized and diagnosed are fairly common. The actual reported incidence varies from study to study being reported at as lo as 2-3% and as high as 10-14%. The literature suggests that about 75% of all conceptions do not result in a viable/normal pregnancy. Most of them do miscarry, usually before being diagnosed. ...Read more
Miscarriage: In a miscarriage there is a pregnancy loss and drop in pregnancy hormone over time. So if there was bleeding, passage of tissue or a positive pregnancy test that is now negative then there was a likely miscarriage. The best thing is to see a doctor for an ultrasound, blood test for hormone level and blood type. Also see a doctor to be sure and be safe. ...Read more
Unclear question: A missed miscarriage is when a woman has a positive pregnancy test with an ultrasound that either shows a fetal pole with no cardiac activity or an enlarged sac that has no fetal pole. It typically takes at least two ultrasounds at least 48 hours apart and serial blood levels of human Chorionic Gonadotropin to diagnose a missed miscarriage accurately. ...Read more
Most likely: Unfortunately about 1 out of every 6 pregnancies ends in miscarriage and the body usually expels it in matter of days. Often when very early, many women may not even know beside having possibly heavier period than usual. As pregnancy gets older into second or even third trimester, it may take longer and more complications can occur. Please consult doc if you are having problem. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the cause of missed miscarriage? My baby stop growing at 8w3d what could have caused this most likely?
See Below: One in 5 pregnancies results in a miscarriage. Making a human being is very complicated and sometimes something goes wrong. It is rarely possible to know the cause. More common causes are chromosome problems; infections. Problems with uterine anatomy, diabetes, smoking, alcohol, drugs and environmental toxins. Having one miscarriage doesn't increase your chances of having a second. ...Read more
Had 3 missed miscarriages a yr ago. I am 5 weeks preg. Now had no answers in the past every test done. I have no symptoms of preg. Is this normal?
I had a missed misscarage 6wks 2 days ago I still haven't passed anything. Is there anything natural I can take to help bring on natural miscarriage?
Not really: If you're not passing things its probably time to discuss a suction D&C. ...Read more
Two miscarriages in 4 months. In april I had a missed miscarriage. In august I had a miscarriage at 5 weeks. What could cause this? I'm almost 20 and 80lb
Low BMI.: Poor maternal nutritional status as evidenced by your 80 lb weight is a known predisposing factor to miscarriage. At your age, I would advise maintaining your body mass index (bmi) at the 19-27 range if you are trying to conceive. Take Folic Acid >1 mg daily and best of luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dear Dr. In March 2015 I had a missed miscarriage at about 2 months. Before that in January 2013 I also had a miscarriage without knowing it. Help me?
Very common: Many women have miscarriages without even being aware that they are/were pregnant. Often they might experience a heavier than normal period, or their period might be delayed by a few days or 1-2 weeks. Please remember to use barrier protection to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had 2 missed miscarriages, both around 9 wks. 1st one had only the ivg sac.2nd one had foetus & heard the hb in 7th wk. Why do I miscarry? Age:25
A few ideas: Most common reason for miscarriage is chromosomal abnormalities. Could be due to mother's egg, or father's sperm, or the combination of the two. Other reasons can include clotting disorders. If a woman has recurrent miscarriages, typically more than 3, she should see an ob/gyn or an infertility specialist to determine if there is an underlying cause that can be treated. Best of luck, . ...Read more
Low: Very low after 12 weeks - and if your stated age is actually 20 years, especially low - almost all 'miscarriages' are first trimester. Good luck! ...Read more
I had a missed miscarriage and they gave me 4 vaginal pills two days ago, when is the pain going to end?
Sorry about loss: It is not uncommon to use a medication called Misoprostol to aid in the expulsion of a miscarriage. This is most likely what you were given. It often works in as little as 2-3 days. If you are in a significant amount of pain, though, you need to call your doctor immediately. Hopefully an ultrasound confirmed a pregnancy in the uterus. ...Read more
After 3 consecutive missed miscarriages doctor says just bad luck? I've had no tests for anything but have had 3 healthy children.
Had a missed miscarriage, found out at my 12 wk scan that the baby had stopped growing at 8 wks had the operation to remove all it 17dec need info?
No fault of your own: It is believed that as many as 1 in 6 pregnancies ends prior to 12 weeks gestation. Often times, women are unaware they are pregnant early on. It is also believed that most of these early 1st trimester pregnancy losses are due to genetic abnormalities and not something you did. The vast majority of women who experience these early pregnancy losses will have a normal pregnancy outcome. ...Read more
What could be the cause of 2 back to back miscarriages. One missed miscarriage in april, and one miscarriage in august. Almost 20 years old 80 lbs.
Nutrition possibly: You don't give your height. But as an adult 80 pounds is extremely low weight. At times nutrition can affect the growth of an embryo. There are also other things that may affect miscarriage such as abnormal uterine shape, low progesterone, and blood clotting factors. ...Read more
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