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Signs Of A Miscarriage At 11 Weeks
Cramps and bleeding: Some signs of a miscarriage include severe cramping and heavy vaginal bleeding. Some women pass clots and tissue. However, it's possible to have these and not miscarry. It's also possible to have a failed pregnancy but with none of these signs or symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
Cramping/bleeding: The most common signs of a miscarriage are cramping and bleeding. 1 in 5 recognized pregnancies results in a miscarriage. Most miscarriages happen in the first trimester of pregnancy. A miscarriage can be confused with an ectopic pregnancy. If the cramping is predominantly on the left or right side of the lower abdomen, you should see a doctor to rule out an ectopic. Best wishes!
Depends: Bleeding and cramping are the most common signs. But still many women with those signs do not have a miscarriage. Sometimes even spotting can be a sign. Sometimes there are actually no signs at all. It can depend on how far along the pregnancy is.
Miscarriage signs: Signs of miscarriage can be wide and varied. They may include abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, or vagina bleeding. Some people may become dizzy or light-headed. Consult with a physician if you feel you may be miscarrying.
My ob told me I have a pending miscarriage. I'm not showing any signs of a miscarriage and am still having pregnancy symptoms. IS he wrong?
Probably not: It depends on how he made that determination. Most likely, he is following BHCG levels and they are not rising appropriately or falling. You need to spas, him to explain why he said this. If he called it a threatened miscarriage, though, it doesn't men for sure you will. Again, you need to ask him for more information.
I have been having a heavy period, which isn't totally uncommon for me. But after looking up signs of a miscarriage I am a little nervous that it may be happening. I had not taken a pregnancy test before would taking one now tell me if I am or was pregnan
Not likely: If you are having a heavy period, you are no longer pregnant, even if an egg was fertilized during the cycle. It is not likely to be useful to do pregnancy test now.
I went pee and a lot of blood came out, I thought I was on my period but the next day not as much blood came out. And I've had brown discharge, could this be signs of a miscarriage?
If this is truly: Blood in the urine, and not contamination from menses, you must get this checked out urgently. The most common cause, in your age group, is hemorrhagic cystitis (a urinary tract infection causing blood). This would require antibiotics to cure. Left untreated, a more serious infection may follow or it could be a more serious reason for this blood in the urine. Go get checked. Good luck
Having all the signs of a miscarriage cramps, back pains, weakness, heavy bleeding and blood clots, is so why did the pregnancy test give a positive?
Hcg levels at 43000 went for a abdominal ultrasound measurements were 6 weeks no fetal pole detected but no signs of a miscarriage yolk sac at 6.45mm?
Retain some hope: But it could be a miscarriage or an anembrionic pregnancy. I would repeat an ultrasound in 1-2 weeks.
Cramping/bleeding: These are the usual ones but - caution - they are very non-specific. Iow if you have some cramping and bleeding it does not necessarily mean you are miscarrying; in fact, mild bleeding or spotting is extremely common in normal pregnancies. Best advice is see a doctor promptly if you're worried!
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