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Take Bleeding Miscarriage
Up to six weeks: It usually stops fairly quickly but it may take up to six weeks. If longer than that i would get checked. ...Read more
Depends: If the misscarriage is in the first trimester and you have not had any medical treatment, you usually bleed for about two weeks, but sometimes up to four. Medical treatment helps lessen the time of bleeding and hastens the completion of the miscarriage. If you are further along, the bleeding is longer. See a provider for help! ...Read more
It's been 6 weeks since a miscarriage & still bleeding.Is there something I could take or do to stop the bleeding?
See your doctor: There are some issues that can be serious after a miscarriage and prolonged vaginal bleeding can signal a need to investigate the possibility of these issues. An ultrasound usually tells a physician if there are still products of pregnancy within the uterus. Blood tests and cultures can help check for infections after miscarriage. You need to be seen by your doctor. ...Read more
After having a miscarriage in Jan and haven't had regular bleeding since Nov. is it a good idea to take vitex?
See a Doctor: If you have not had a regular period more than 2 months after a miscarriage, you must see a doctor. You may need some blood tests to check your hormones and you may need an ultrasound. Good Luck! ...Read more
How long will a natural miscarriage take? When should all the bleeding pass? 6week old fetus, carried to 13 weeks
A week: At 6 weeks gestation it should take about a week after passing the products of conception for the bleeding, which should be of a tapering off nature, to completely stop. If that is not the case, a transvaginal ultrasound may help to determine, if there are retained products that could get infected and cause sepsis, a life threatening condition. ...Read more
I got naturally pregnant.I didn't have miscarriages or bleeding, but my gyn said that I should take Utrogestan until the end of the pregnancy.Why?
Probable precaution: Progesterones are often prescribed in some high risk pregnancies when there is a fear of a (repeat) miscarriage or of (another) preterm delivery. In the USA, there is no strong scientific evidence that progestins improve the outcomes of first pregnancies. You may want to seek the opinion of an obstetrician familiar with Utrogestran and experienced in managing threatened abortions,preterm labor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
13 wks pregnant.had bleeding.found out cos of low lying placenta.can tht cause miscarriage?wht precautions shd I take?thanks
Do's and Don't's: It depends on how close the placenta really is to your cervical opening and whether you have a high risk pregnancy or not.Your doctor may ask you to refrain from strenuous activities including sexual intimacy and even put you on bed rest. It is important to discuss this with your OB. Call OB immediately for any bleeding or unusual discharge. Wishing you the best ...Read more
Doc prescribed me CYTOTEC (misoprostol) and METVELL for my miscarriage (7weeks). 6days bleed. Now my bleeding has stopped. Can I stop take the medicines? Pls answer
Use as directed: We can not advise someone to go against their own doctors recommendations. Contact the prescribing doctor to clarify the directions for use of the particular medication regimen that you were given. ...Read more
Miscarriage due to the bleeding. How long does it take for cervix to drop. Due to no drop in hCG could it be "vanishing twin"?
Unclear question: Please restate your question as it does not make sense in its current form. ...Read more
Having irregular bleeding with first cycle after miscarriage. I want to concieve again so i dont want to take bc for bleeding, what are other options?
I had miscarriage a month ago and this month I am having only clotting type periods not bleeding like. Can I take Clomid (clomiphene) on this type of periods?
Im having heavy bleeding and contraction like cramps during my leriod this month, could that b a miscarriage? I didn't take a pregn. Test to know
I miscarried at 4 weeks, I did uterus evacuation, I am still bleeding a bit, how long will it take till the bleeding can stop? So I can have sex again
For this case of evacuation 4weeks ago and still bleeding can normal if the quantity is decreasing daily and the color is going from red to clear. If you are having upto two fully soaked pad a day, reevaluation with you doctor is needed.
Spotting can last from few days to weeks after evacuation. Consider contraceptive if pregnancy is not in the plan and intercourse can be resumed. ...Read more
After being 2 weeks late i'm experiencing very heavy bleeding and cramping and had some large clots. I didn't take a pregnancy test. Miscarriage?
Heavy bleeding: Could be a miscarriage. You should call your doctor to report this and get advice on what you should do. ...Read more
6wks pregnant bleeding 3wks is it miscarriage? Initially spotting, then red blood now brown discharge no pain. Have pcos so take metformi 500 twice da
Pregnant & Bleeding: Your symptoms are concerning for a miscarriage but sometimes thia sort of bleeding occurs and the pregnancy continues. The ony way to know what it happening is to see your healthcare provider who may perform an ultrasound or measure serum pregnancy levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After 2nd missed miscarriage how long and how much should you expect to bleed? I've had 2 small spots come out only so far.. Waiting to take the pill
It varies: There is no set pattern on the amount or length of time of bleeding. It may depend on the age of the failed pregnancy and if there is any prolonged retained pregnancy tissue after the miscarriage occurs. Regardless, once miscarriage has started and it's certain that the pregnancy failed you can start the pill (oral contraception). ...Read more
Need evaluation: Pain and bleeding are 2 signs of a miscarriage and can also occur in a viable pregnancy.These can also be signs of a tubal pregnancy.You need to have an ultrasound done to make sure the pregnancy is in the uterus.This may also document that this is a viable pregnancy.Serial bloodwork (hcg and progesterone) aid in finding the answer if the us is inconclusive. ...Read more
Fetal demise: Some people do have a fetal demise with no symptoms. Then if no bleeding or cramping occurs a D&C is generally needed to help complete the miscarriage. Miscarriages most commonly do have symptoms of cramping and bleeding though. ...Read more
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