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I had a incomplete misscarriage what are the odds of me still being pregnant?

I had a incomplete misscarriage what are the odds of me still being pregnant?

Needs clarification: An incomplete miscarriage means that you have miscarried but not all of the tissue has passed out of the uterus. Some people will pass everything naturally. Others will need a minor surgery called a d and c to remove the tissue. Your pregnancy test will continue to be positive until all of the tissue is out. ...Read more

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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Had tubes burned 9 years ago had miscarriage last month, can I get pregnant again easy or is odds still high?

Had tubes burned 9 years ago had miscarriage last month, can I get pregnant again easy or is odds still high?

Small chance: Pregnancy can happen with any form of birth control including tubal ligation as there is a small chance of failure of the procedure. You can see your OB gyn for further evaluation of your tubes. Keep in mind that the risk of tubal pregnancy is higher than normal in your situation, therefore alert your doctor once pregnant in order to evaluate for this possibility. ...Read more

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Took 6mo to get pregnant, had a threatened miscarriage. Still bleeding/cramping/backache. Odds of continuing pregnancy? Is 6months normal?

Took 6mo to get pregnant, had a threatened miscarriage. Still bleeding/cramping/backache. Odds of continuing pregnancy? Is 6months normal?

Bleeding: From your symptoms it sounds like you are still at risk for a miscarriage. Hopefully an ultrasound has been done and your doctor is aware of your concerns. There is no way to tell for certain what will happen but you must realize unfortunately, that is it out of your control. Sometimes bed rest is advised although there are no studies that say this abdolutely works. Do follow up with your ob. ...Read more

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I am pregnant again after a missed miscarriage (3 months ago after seeing a heartbeat) at 7 weeks. What are the odds of this happening in this pre?

I am pregnant again after a missed miscarriage (3 months ago after seeing a heartbeat) at 7 weeks. What are the odds of this happening in this pre?

1 out of 6 chances: I am sorry to hear of your loss. Unfortunately spontaneous miscarriages are quite common and average chance is about 1 in 6. To ensure best chance of healthy pregnancy, eat a healthy/balance diet, take your prenatal vitamins, exercises regularly, don't drink/smoke/ or use drugs, and see doc regularly for eval. Best of luck to you. ...Read more

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What are the odds of having a second missed miscarriage in a row? We've seen the heartbeat already in this pregnancy, but we did last time too.

What are the odds of having a second missed miscarriage in a row?  We've seen the heartbeat already in this pregnancy, but we did last time too.

It depends: Early miscarriages are a function of abnormal genetic combinations which result in pregnancy loss prior to 12 weeks. If there is a family history of genetic issues, the odds or repeated miscarriages are higher. ...Read more

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What are the statistical odds of impregnation on ovulation day and does that stat factor in the likely following chemical pregnancy/early miscarriage?

What are the statistical odds of impregnation on ovulation day and does that stat factor in the likely following chemical pregnancy/early miscarriage?

Complex..: Prospective estimation of date of ovulation and retrospective estimation of date of conception are closely related since conception occurs within a few hours following ovulation,(Royston, 1982; Wilcox et al., 1995). In pregnant women, the true day of conception is considered as the true day of ovulation. Late fertilization (after more than few hours) has been associated with early loss. ...Read more