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What are signs of misscarrige. Im having low back pain with a mucousy red discharge?
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Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice
5 doctors agree
In brief: POSSIBLE
First, you have established you are pregnant--correct? Statistically, most miscarriages are 'just missed periods' --they happen before you know it.
Most 1st trimester losses (<12 weeks along) occur with bleeding and pain. However a certain percentage (maybe 30%) of pregnancies with 'some early bleeding' still end up delivering normal babies-only time will tell. So=get seen, get labs, ultrasound.

In brief: POSSIBLE
First, you have established you are pregnant--correct? Statistically, most miscarriages are 'just missed periods' --they happen before you know it.
Most 1st trimester losses (<12 weeks along) occur with bleeding and pain. However a certain percentage (maybe 30%) of pregnancies with 'some early bleeding' still end up delivering normal babies-only time will tell. So=get seen, get labs, ultrasound.
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Dr. Carin Van Gelder
You could also have a sexually transmitted infection, that's spread into your uterus and fallopian tubes. You definitely should see your gynecologist or get to a Planned Parenthood or Emergency Department. You need a pelvic exam.
Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Miscarriage
Miscarriage, whether it is threatened or a completed one, is usually signaled by either pain , cramping or bleeding.
If you are definitely pregnant and have persistent symptom of any of the above, see a physician.

In brief: Miscarriage
Miscarriage, whether it is threatened or a completed one, is usually signaled by either pain , cramping or bleeding.
If you are definitely pregnant and have persistent symptom of any of the above, see a physician.
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Dr. Renee Harris
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Several
A threatened miscarriage starts with spotting and cramping.
Later the bleeding increases, and if the miscarriage completes, you pass some tissue with some blood clots and the bleeding improves. Some of these same symptoms can also mean a pregnancy in the tubes (ectopic) and therefore an exam with blood work and an ultrasound would be a good idea.

In brief: Several
A threatened miscarriage starts with spotting and cramping.
Later the bleeding increases, and if the miscarriage completes, you pass some tissue with some blood clots and the bleeding improves. Some of these same symptoms can also mean a pregnancy in the tubes (ectopic) and therefore an exam with blood work and an ultrasound would be a good idea.
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