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Preparing For Miscarriage
Extremely low #'s!
approx 4 weeks prego. First lab hCG 17.5 and prog. 4. Second lab 48 hrs later, hCG 47 prog. 16.6. Prepare for miscarriage?
What did your OB SAY: Your OB should be explaining everything to u ! your beta did double in 48 hrs and the prog went up , u may have caught a viable preg very early, u need another beta and prog is 48-72 hrs the rule is a double in 72 hrs or up 66% in 48 hrs , if it keeps doubling should be able to see a sac in the uterus when the beta is 2500 and a ht beat at 6 1/2 weeks gestation. ...Read more
Hcg levels was19488 no heartbeat seen (tilted uterus) to 25391 in 3 days, doc told me to prepare for miscarriage. Still any hope?
Doubtful: The hCG should have clearly risen more than what you relate. The inadequate increase in the hCG is consistent with a failed pregnancy and your doctor is correct in advising you to be prepared for a miscarriage. If more than 8 weeks pass and you have not miscarried and ultrasound does not show a viable pregnancy you should consider terminating the pregnancy. ...Read more
HCG was 1400 at 5 weeks and at 6 weeks theyve dropped to 700. The doctor said prepare to miscarry. I have severe cramping but no bleeding. What is hap
Uterine contractions: The powerful muscles of your uterus may contract quite strongly and cause you much discomfort and pain before the onset of your bleeding. If your "severe cramping" worsens or worries you, it will be wise to consult your gyn and perhaps request a pelvic sonogram and a reevaluation...and alleviation of your symptoms too. ...Read more
I have a kid and miscarried year ago.Want to get pregnant again. How should I prepare to avoid problems like cholestasis.?
I have recurrent miscarriages and am preparing to see a new doctor. What medical history information should I get from my family that would helpful?
Genetic : Some family information is important. You want to know about any genetic.Disorders. You would want to know about any family history of mental retardation. Also you want to know about any infertility or anyone else having recurrent miscarriages. And it is important to know at what age your mother went through menopause. That information may not be useful but it may be important. ...Read more
4/28/2016 - HCG levels 50,722 5/2/2016 HCG Levels 90,335. Am I miscarrying? Should I be prepared for bad news? HCG not really doubling? I'm scared.
HCG does not exactly: have to double every few days.. Contact your OB for testing to be sure everything ok. ...Read more
I had miscarriage in march 2012 and want to get pregnant again soon. Had serious liver problems in 1st pregnancy.How should I prepare now?
See Specialist: Dependign on your particular "serious liver problems" during preganncy, yuou shoudl see a maternal fetal medicine (mfm) specialist prior to even tryign to be pregnant to talk about your last pregnancy and what the chance sof it occurign again are. If your condition wa sindeed "serious" do not try to cocneive until you have done so. ...Read more
I'm preparing for a surgical hysteroscopy three months after a D&C from a missed miscarriage. Can I get pregnant again and if so how soon can I try?
I had 2 miscarriages (dnc) Now we are planning to get pregnant after three months so I want to prepare myself. I'd rubella vaccine 1 mnth bfr?
I have ptt level high i.e 47 which is leading to miscarriages . Is there a way to reduce it and bring down to the normal level permanently ? Pls suges
High ptt: There are many causes of miscarriage. A high ptt is something that should be investigated among other things for general health, not only miscarriage. The reasons for high PTT can be autoimmune disease, liver disease, including hepatitis or other liver infection or infestation. This is something that should be looked at by your doctor or a hematologist. ...Read more
So very sorry,: I am so sorry for your loss, and wish i could give you an exact answer. Without knowing all of the details, i can only offer possibilities. That time frame is when something called an incompetent cervix can cause losses. It can be due to weakness of the cervix from weak collagen, or previous surgery on the cervix that left it weak. If the baby died, then your doctor had to induce labor, other cau. ...Read more
Chromosomes/ age #1: The most likely cause of first trimester miscarriages is chromosomal abnormality in the fetus. This is true for all ages but is a higher percentage as the woman's age increases over 35. This is usually a random chance event when the egg and sperm meet. Other causes are hormonal imbalance, infections, uterine abnormalities - fibroids, septum, scarring, and less often immune or clotting factors. ...Read more
Yes see a specialist: A woman who's had two or more miscarriages needs testing to look for a cause, by a rei specialist if trying to conceive or by an ob/gyn if pregnant now. Possible causes include autoimmune conditions like antiphospholipid antibodies, blood clotting disorders, low egg supply, problems in the uterus like fibroids or a uterine septum, hormonal problems, male or female genetic problems. Get checked out. ...Read more