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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
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
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
Period was late, only lasted 2 days and was very heavy. My boobs have been sore for weeks. Could I be pregnant? Miscarried a year ago & been trying.
Maybe. Maybe not.: It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result if done correctly. One can test about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. An Ob-Gyn doctor can evaluate any persistent or worrisome symptoms. ...Read more
34 yrs old and currently 6 wks pregnant. Miscarriage at 14 weeks in 4/14.? Is I feel nausea but no vomiting. Should I worry?
Pregnancy symptoms..: Most women experience nausea along with vomiting as well but not everyone develops vomiting. Red flags of a threatened abortion would be vaginal bleeding, severe pain, discharge and complete disappearance of any pregnancy symptoms. 6 wks is very early. Symptoms start increasing towards 8-9th week and peak around 15th week, but can be different in every women. F/u with OB for concerns. ...Read more
Depovera user. Pregnant=miscarriage. Depovera again now nexplanon. Month l8r, period, heavy flow large tissue2testicle sized ball came out? Why? "/
Progesterone effects: Based on information you provided the tissue you describe can be clotted blood, or it could be tissue from a miscarriage. Progesterone only birth control like depot and Nexplanon can cause the lining of the uterine to think out more and for some women this means more breakthrough bleeding and spotting when it's not your period. You may benefit from speaking to doc about adding some estrogen. ...Read more
Period 7 weeks late. I thought pregnant, but no HPT. Saw pinkish-brown spotting, then few hours later red blood. Pregnant? Miscarriage? Late Period?
All are possible: 7 weeks is quite late especially if you're usually regular. A miscarriage is a likely scenario, and these are very common, but it is also possible for a pregnancy to survive first-trimester bleeding. Watchful waiting is safe unless this is heavier than or lasts longer than a normal period, but you could also have a pregnancy test performed followed by a check for viability if positive. ...Read more
Had sex early feb. Used condom&pull out. Period came march4 (so I started generess fe bc)still on period⬅its average looken. Pregnant? Miscarriage? Stop bc?
I am 4 weeks pregnant, miscarried 4 months ago. And am. Currently in having cramps on my right lower abdomen and inner thigh but no blood. Bad sign?
No: Cramping without bleeding has never been attributed to increase chance of miscarriage. There are many possible causes for your pain. ...Read more
5-7 weeks pregnant. Miscarriaged dec 11th what are the chances of having another miscarriage? Small cramps every once in A While. Sore nipples. Hungry
Depends: In general having one prior miscarriage only slightly increases your risk of a second. However, if you have bad habits like smoking or medical disorders like lupus they chance of repeat miscarriage is much higher. Always best to practice good health before conception and take folic acid or a good Prenatal vitamin before you conceive especially with past miscarriage ...Read more
I have bicournuate uterus dr last 8 week pregnant miscarriage with heavy blood clots after we go to cheke hospital dr I have lupus anticlment please ans?
Cause of miscarriage: Most miscarriages are caused by genetic abnormalities in the fetus and are unavoidable. In your case, it is possible that the bicornuate uterus may have caused it, though many women with this abnormality can carry a pregnancy to term. Lupus anticoagulant can cause miscarriages but it fairly unusual this early on. Unless there are other medical indications, there is no reason to test with one loss. ...Read more
Pregnant/miscarriage? My period came 5 days early today. Severe sore breasts, yellowish-pink vag discharge beforehand. Yes unprotected sex w/ partner.
Hard to guess: It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result if done correctly. One can test about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. An Ob-Gyn doctor can evaluate any persistent or worrisome symptoms. ...Read more
It takes time: The miscarriage rate is 25% of all pregnancies unless a women as had 3 in a row, then it will increase. Most women get pregnant in 6-12 months following a miscarriage. If you attempt for another pregnancy is longer than 12 months ago and you are having timed intercourse for the last 9-12 months, please see your gynecologists. Otherwise, please be patient, your odds of another pregnancy are high ...Read more
No: It's unclear what you mean by miscarriage. If you already have a hormone level from a miscarriage it's unlikely that your body is going to be able to ovulate. If that miscarriage is still inside the uterus then that is not a hospitable environment for a new implantation to occur. Typically it's going to take 2 to 6 weeks for your body to ovulate again and get pregnant again. ...Read more
No need to wait:
Present concept is that there is no reason to delay getting pregnant after a miscarriage. Sooner a woman conceives better the chances of healthy pregnancy.This was published in british medical journal in 2010 according to a study. Specofically women who conceive within six months after miscarriage are less likely to miscarry again or experience other complications.
After your 2weeks follow up vist. ...Read more
Spotting: Spotting in pregnancy is very common especially after sex or an examination in the office. However, no one can tell you for sure if you are having a miscarriage or not just based on spotting. I don't think spotting is an emergency, but its always a good idea to alert your OB provider so he/she can ask you more detailed questions and decide if anything needs to be done or if you can reassured. ...Read more
You will have 2 wait: Sorry to hear about the miscarriage. Without surgery you will have to wait for all the products of conception to pass. The you will wait a few weeks for your bhcg hormone to drop to zero. Then you will wait until you start ovulating again which should be 2-6 weeks after the bhcg goes to zero. ...Read more
I have recently been using 'Ejaculoid-male volumizer'. Then my wife got pregnant and miscarried while one month old. Can the pills be a reason?
Probably not: Well, when the sperm enters the egg and a pregnancy begins, about the only thing the sperm contributes is the DNA, so NOT at all likely that stuff you used had any effect on the outcome of that pregnancy. It is dissapointing, BUT miscarriages happen at least 20% of the time! ... GOOD luck! Odds are in your favor this will not keep happening. ...Read more