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Early Miscarriage 3 Weeks
Spotting: Early miscarriage may present with spotting, heavey bleeding, with or without abdominal cramping or pain. Some patient may not have any symptom, the period may appear little more than usual.
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My hCG levels haven't decreased to zero since three weeks early miscarriage and I'm spotting lightly again. What does that mean?
Could be normal..: Your level may never reaches zero--as some nonpregnant females have level at 3-4 all the time, up to 5 is considered normal. Having a miscarriage just few weeks ago, your next period may not be normal--could be lighter or heavier than usual. If you are concerned that you could be pregnant again, do a quick hpt. Consult with doc. Good luck.
Bleeding. . .: A positive pregnancy test with bleeding, particularly heavy bleeding with cramps, is most suggestive. If pregnancy symptoms like fatigue, urinary frequency, breast tenderness, nausea, and vomiting suddenly improve, or if none of those symptoms appear despite the positive pregnancy test, you should be suspicious.
Several: Signs of an early miscarriage include your symptoms of pregnancy, like breast tenderness, fatigue, nausea, etc., going away. The more obvious signs are bleeding. There are some women that have little to no symptoms of pregnancy and everything is fine. Also, up to 23% of women bleed in early pregnancy, and again, everything can be fine. An ultrasound should be able to let you know things are ok.
See below: The ealiest signs are loss or lack of a fetal pole and collapse of hour-glassing of the gestational sac.
Get coagulation test: Get blood for factor v leiden, prothrombin gene, factor viii, factor xi, common causes of early placental insufficiency and miscarriage. Also, check with your obgyn for pelvic ultrasoun to be sure uterine anatomy is ok. Cjg.
An unwanted bleed: Not often pain, but a bleed may tell.
6 to 8 weeks: Your body needs to replenish the blood and nutrients that were lost last week. Make sure you talk to your md at the 2 week post miscarriage checkup to be certain.
Bleeding and cramps: Usually a combination of some bleeding and cramping. It depends how far pregnant you are (the farther along the more severe the symptoms).
It may: You need to give your body time to heal before you try again. It may be a while before you have your first period. I would recommend you have 2 normal periods before you try again.
I've got 2 kids and recently had an early miscarriage at 4 1/2weeks. I'm 32. Is there a higher chance of continued miscarriages now that I've had one?
Unlikely: Given that you have had 2 healthy pregnancies and only one miscarriage your chances of miscarriage are not significantly increased. Often people will say that your risk of miscarriage in any pregnancy is equal to your age.
Varies: The bleeding may last a few hours to a few days. Very heavy bleeding may require surgical treatment (a d;c).
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