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How Long Should Bleeding Last With Vanishing Twin
What exactly does implantation bleeding look like? How does it start? How long does it last? Is it different with twin pregnancy?
Miscarriage due to the bleeding. How long does it take for cervix to drop. Due to no drop in hCG could it be "vanishing twin"?
Unclear question: Please restate your question as it does not make sense in its current form. ...Read more
I lost my twins on the 1 november 2014 I TOOK A TEST ON THE 25 LIKE I WAS TOLD TO DO AND THAT WAS CLEAR ON THE 1ST OF DECEMBER ICAME ON FOR HALF A DAY AND THAT WAS ONLY LIGHT BLEEDING AND LATY FOR THE LAST 4 DAYS IVE BEEN LOSING CLEAR JELLY STUFF WHAT DOE
Call your OB: A case like this would be best managed by an office visit for further history and physical exam ...Read more
Can implantaion bleeding last for 4-5 days. It started off with very little spotting then got heavier. Can that be implantaion bleeding for twins?
Unlikely: Implantation bleeding is somewhat of a misnomer. Definitely most women do not have what could be identified as 'implantation bleeding.' the bleeding that you describe sounds more like a period. Why don't you take a home pregnancy test to see of you are actually pregnant? That will give you the information you're looking for. If positive, then make an appt with doctor for ultrasound. ...Read more
Can your HCG level lower if you had vanishing twins syndrome? Had positive tests now negative with bleeding. I am almost 6 weeks.
I had slight bleeding but no pain or clots. Was told it was miscarriage could it be possible vanishing twin syndrome?
Probably not: however, you could ask your doctor to check your serum HCG levels if you wanted to rule this out. ...Read more
2 ultrasounds, 5 weeksthen 7 weeks only 1 heartbeat 72bpm, heavy bleeding and cramps, could it be a vanishing twin miscarriage with no twins on u/s?
Does not look good: Fetal htbeat should be much faster u need a follow-up us in 1 week. ...Read more
My cousin was told she miscarried one of her twins at 5wks, but the other survived and is growing. How is this possible with all the bleeding she had?
Not unheard of.: Most recent data suggest that many of us started our in utero lives with a co-twin that never survived to viability, or even detection by ultrasound. Losing a dichorionic twin and continuing the pregnancy with the survivor is actually a well-known outcome in multifetal pregnancies. The earlier the fetal loss the less severe the consequences to the survivor, because these insults are all/nothing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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