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Two previous miscarriages, pregnant again saw heartbeat at 6, 7, 8, 9 weeks what's the chances of miscarrying?
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
I know someone who had a lot of miscarriages. Pregnant now but bleeding, if the baby survives, will it be likely deformed or mentally unstabled?
Not likely: Recurrent miscarriages is not linked to the problem of fetal anomalies, intelligence or mental illness. ...Read more
Not sure: Hard to say what slow means. Did you have a d;c or miscarry naturally. The level should become zero in a week or two after a spontaneous miscarriage but it depends on how high the level was when it started. ...Read more
Will a vitamin B12 deficiency keep me from carrying to term? Had 2 miscarriages, pregnant again. 3Rd since September.
I haven't had a period in 4 years (Mirena) 2 weeks ago passed a mucus thing with a red spot & next day bled no clots or pain. Miscarriage? Pregnant?
Lump on breast disappeared/decreased in size after miscarriage. Pregnant again @17w lump's back. I have fibrocystic breasts. Could this be hormonal?
About 3 months: Technically a miscarriage can occur at any time, but most miscarriages occur by 6 to 8 weeks. If you get past the first trimester (13 to 14 weeks) you are usually ok. ...Read more
I am ttc and starting drinking fertilitea. When should I stop drinking it? I've heard it can cause miscarriage once pregnant?
Fertilitea: This ttc product seems harmless enough. In truth though, there is absolutely no good "scientific" evidence that it will help you get pregnant (but it shouldn't hurt, either). It's main gyn ingredient is red raspberry leaf which is an old remedy to ease menstrual pain, prevent miscarriage, and ease labor. Since most miscarriages are due to genetic errors/defects, it will have no effect on this. ...Read more
Can I be involved in exercising while trying to conceive? If so, what kind is healthy and won't cause miscarriage when pregnant
Walking: Is probably the safest most maintainable exercise for most persons throughout. ...Read more
I have a 28 day cycle but seem to ovulate between days 17-20. Will this impact my fertility? Am I more likely to have a miscarriage once pregnant?
No and no: You ovulate 14 days before your period. ...Read more
Can stress and/or increase in blood pressure cause miscarriages? I had two miscarriages, am pregnant now, and am concerned about stress being a factor
Agonising sharp pains in vagina&down left side pelvis. Had marena coil for 3years, no periods. Pains for hours, same as miscarriage. Not pregnant?
More complex than room here to explain. I will try.
The main issue is pain. There are complications from IUD's including penetration of the uterine wall. Other causes include infection. These need to be checked out.
see link below for more details.
http://www. Nhs. Uk/conditions/contraception-guide/pages/ius-intrauterine-system. Aspx ...Read more
I am 26 and pregnant again 4 th time first one I carried full term and 2 I miscarried and now pregnant again I am only 4 weeks and what stuff can I do?
See doc: Have you had a work up for recurrent miscarriage? If not, there are some tests which might prove helpful to determine the reason for your losses. Depending on the reasons for loss, there are sometimes meds we can use to try to prevent another loss. If a reason is not found we are often unable to do anything to change your risk. See your doc and best wishes to you! ...Read more
3 miscarriages, 7 wks pregnant now. Measuring 6w4d, hb 109, small sac, taking progesterone. What kind of an outlook can I expect?
How long for u wait after a miscarriage to get pregnant again? What's the chance of getting pregnant again after miscarriage? Miscarried 2day 06/18.
Wait for next period: Usually it's a good idea to wait until you've had a normal period. Part of the reason is that your next period after a miscarriage is often late, and waiting reduces the frustration of wondering if you're pregnant again. It also gives your body a chance to get completely back to normal before getting pregnant again. ...Read more
I miscarried bfore. Now pregnant 24 wks. Taking Duphaston 10mg twice aday from 6th week onwards. Any problems bcoz of using this medicine for a long time?
Dufaston ; Pregnancy: Dufaston is a synthetic progestin, and it is prescribed for women with low natural Progesterone to help maintain pregnancy, especially if there is a history of miscarriage. Most practitioners consider it safe. If, however, you continue to have questions, consult another practitioner for a second opinion. ...Read more
5wks pregnant, miscarriage or normal? I was coughing and could feel wetness, went the toilet bright red blood had come through pants but no pain
Bleeding during earl: Could be "normal" for a variety of reasons...BUT it needs immediate evaluation by an obstetric doctor. If you haven't established an OB doctor go immediately to the nearest hospital where babies are delivered. ...Read more
I'm so sorry for this foolish question. Can flopping/sitting down hard on a sofa cause miscarriage in early pregnant or even prevent implantation?
No: There is very little if anything that you could do physically that would cause a miscarriage. Please let yourself off the hook! ...Read more
Nov/15/13 miscarried.10 weeks pregnant. Now I have these sharp pain on my right ovaries. I still feel pregnant. What do I do?
Been told I've had an early miscarriage. Still having pregnant signs, no bleeding and hCG still going up over 2000 at 6wk...Could they be wrong?
Missed abortion: You have what is called a missed abortion. This is when the embryo is not alive but is still in the uterus. Sometimes the HCG can increase slightly until the embryo is expelled. You should continue to follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Been trying to conceive over2yrs now went on Clomid (clomiphene) for 7mnths got pregnant miscarried at 8wks that was 7mnths ago I'm 40 what should be our next step?
Ovarian reserve: At age 40, time is short. The next step would be testing for "ovarian reserve". This is an evaluation including blood tests and ultrasound. These tests check on the relative age of your ovaries to get an assessment of the chances that you will be able to conceive using your own eggs. In some cases, if carrying a pregnancy is very important to you, using donor eggs would be the best option. ...Read more
Hi There, My periods are usually very regular and heavy, they last 7 -10 days at most. I just recently had a period but this one only lasted 2/3 days? I'm slightly worried about the chances of having a miscarriage? Or being pregnant? My partner and I have
See below: A miscarriage is a possibility However, an unusual menstrual cycles don't necessarily mean that there's anything wrong physically. The menstrual cycle is under very delicate hormonal control, which can be influenced by things such as exercise, rapid weight change, emotional stress etc.. SEE: http://http://bit. Ly/19cKee5 ** Just to be on the safe side check a urine pregnancy test 1wk after LMP ...Read more
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My 5th pregnancy was a blighted ovum. (my first miscarriage). I am pregnant again is it likely I will have a blighted ovum again?
Miscarriage: Every pregnancy has about a 25% chance of miscarriage, which may increase slightly with age. The fact that you've had other pregnancies is encouraging, but each pregnancy carries that risk. There is nothing you could've done to cause it, nor to prevent it. I am sorry for your loss and wish you good luck with this one. ...Read more
My LMP 2014-apr-07. I have not get periods till today. Previous cycle was 30 days it was varying for past 3 months bcoz of miscarriage. Am I pregnant?
Uncertain: It's possible that you could be, but uncertain. Menstrual cycles can vary especially after a recent miscarriage. The only way to diagnose is by having either a urine or blood pregnancy test. In the meantime, treat your body with care, as if you are pregnant. Take prenatal vitamins containing folic acid, easy a nutritious diet and avoid any alcohol or tobacco. ...Read more