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How To Miscarry At 20 Weeks
Varies: At 20 weeks you can only expect to feel large movements by the baby so it is moving more than you notice. Women who have had babies before tend to fell movement sooner and feel more movements sooner. Just like children once they are out here, some babies are much more active than others. The concern is when a baby's activity level changes from its own normal. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Timing: Do you mean, how long does the procedure take? Usually 2-3 days- 1-2 days for ripening and then the procedure is usually less than 20 minutes depending on location, anesthesia, and so forth. I recommend a reputable location and provider to discuss all of your options and risks/benefits. ...Read more
Had cerclage stitch at 20 weeks for 1cm cervix length, will i be able to carry baby until at least 30/32 weeks. ?
Im 38.5 weeks high risk pregnancy.....Cause i had 2 stillbirths one at 36 weeks and the other at 20 weeks so will i beable to get my labor induce?
IF you were my pt: I would induce u at 39 weeks or earlier , if earlier u must have an amnio but since you are 38.5 i would induce u right at 39 weeks, as the ideal time to deliver is 39-40 weeks and i would be doing nsts and bpps each week until u deliver, indcucion is safe and easy and effective when done properly, almost all of my pts want to be induced, please call your OB to discuss and get it scheduled. ...Read more
Hcg post misoprotol miscarriage 47,000 two weeks later at 3,000. When should i expect it to be zero? and can i get pregnant with HCG still in system?
A lot of details.: Fetal gender, anatomy in detail (including brain, heart, spine, kidneys, extremities), amniotic fluid volume, due date estimation within 10 days of actual date, cervical and uterine anomaly detection, placental location and pathology. It is a very cost-effective test for any pregnancy and should be universally performed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long after miscarriage do hgc levels go 0? Does it have to be 0 to get pregnant again? I miscarried last tue levels only down to 718 this week
20 week sonogram: Fetal sonograms are done at around 20 weeks to assess the baby's anatomy, make sure the baby is growing normally, check where the baby is lying in the uterus, check where the placenta is located, check the volume of fluid surrounding the baby, check the baby's heart beat, estimate the baby's weight, and so on. Although the baby's sex may be determined, some facilities do not give this information. ...Read more
How long after a miscarriage can I try to conceive again? I was 7 weeks along and HCG levels were zero within a week of the miscarriage.
3-4 months: I think that it is best to start trying to get pregnant is about 3-4 months. Don't wait longer than 6 months ...Read more
Bleeding first trimester with cramping. Baby heartbeat seems to be normal. Last pregnancy ended in stillbirth at 20 weeks 1 day, placenta fell apart. What can I do to minimize risk? 2.7 cm tear this time last pregnancy it increased from 4.4 - 8.6cm
Miscarriage at 3 weeks or less, will i ovulate 14 days later? Hcg levels back to 0 a week later can I get pregnant again a month later
Miscarriage and fert: It is entirely possible to ovulate and get pregnant first cycle after a miscarriage. ...Read more
Not uncommon: Variations of 10-20 beats per minute is not uncommon and even different positions of the mother may cause the fetal heart rate to change. Food, medications, and substances the mother takes in can also affect the growing baby and cause fluctuations in the heart rate, for example caffeine may stimulate the baby heart rate to increase, etc. Best wishes and congratulations. ...Read more
Soon: A rough guideline for hCG to fall is that it takes the same amount of time to drop as it did to rise; many are surprised that it can take weeks to go to zero (this is a rule of thumb, not a guarantee.) Sometimes hCG does not drop appropriately; there are many reasons this could be. Should be soon, good wishes. ...Read more
How long does it take for your hcg levels to go down after a miscarriage when you were 4 weeks pregnant?
2 to 3 days: It should go down in two to three days. ...Read more
Abruption : Placenta abruption occurs when placenta starts to shear off uterine wall. Things that increase risk of abruption are smoking, contractions, older age, abdominal trauma. Avoiding the above (those that you can control) will help. Otherwise there is no treatment for abruption at 20 weeks other than watchful waiting ...Read more
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