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At 30 weeks besides little to kno fetal movent, what else does your body do to let you kno theres been loss of pregnancy?
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Dr. Kelley Clark
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
In brief: Often nothing
At this point in pregnancy, often the only clue is lack of fetal movement.
You will not necessarily have bleeding or signs of labor and it is often discovered at routine prenatal visit. If you are having significantly decreased fetal movement, you should contact your provider immediately.

In brief: Often nothing
At this point in pregnancy, often the only clue is lack of fetal movement.
You will not necessarily have bleeding or signs of labor and it is often discovered at routine prenatal visit. If you are having significantly decreased fetal movement, you should contact your provider immediately.
Dr. Kelley Clark
Dr. Kelley Clark
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Dr. Michael Ekizian
Internal Medicine
In brief: Stillbirth
Other symptoms that may alert the patient to a loss of pregnancy include decrease in pregnancy-related symptoms, such as nausea and breast tenderness.
Other possible symptoms include uterine bleeding or contractions. The diagnosis must be confirmed by ultrasound documenting absence of fetal cardiac activity.

In brief: Stillbirth
Other symptoms that may alert the patient to a loss of pregnancy include decrease in pregnancy-related symptoms, such as nausea and breast tenderness.
Other possible symptoms include uterine bleeding or contractions. The diagnosis must be confirmed by ultrasound documenting absence of fetal cardiac activity.
Dr. Michael Ekizian
Dr. Michael Ekizian
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