How far along do you have to be to have a miscarriage
A:Within the first 20 weeks of gestation is when you can have a miscarriage. Thanks for asking ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-far-along-do-you-have-to-be-to-have-a-miscarriage ]
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- How far along do you have to be to have a miscarriage?
- You can miscarry at any time during a pregnancy. It is also not out of the ordinary for some women to have"spotting" around the time they would have had a normal period. Take a pregnancy test, if you haven't already to make sure. ...
- Can you know how long far along you were after a miscarriage??
- Well if you determined the pregnancy after the miscarriage it is much more difficult to figure out exactly how far along you were unless you have ultrasounds already, which isn't likely. You can try to look at the days in which you might ha...
- What does a miscarriage look like?
- It really depends on how far along you are. If you are only just pregnant, it will look like a normal period - a little heavier than usual. If you are further along, you will experience cramps for a couple of days, and heavy bleeding that w...
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- Q: I had a miscarriage on June 27th but it was a blighted ovum pregnancy (thought I was at 12 weeks but ended up only being a sac of 5 weeks). I have not have a normal period since (although I thought I was getting it about a month or so ago, had some spotting in the morning, then nothing). Did a test last week and got a negative result. I decided to do another test yesterday afternoon (faint positive) and again first thing this morning and had a little darker faint positive. Do you think this could be still hcg levels left over or another pregnancy? I am going for a blood test next week to confirm. If I am pregnant how will they know how far along if there has been no period?
- A: If you are pregnant they can do an ultrasound that can estimate the gestational age of the baby. They do it all the time for people who are unsure of their dates, often will great accuracy. Usually by 6 weeks after a miscarriage hcg levels are back to prepregnant levels, so you are probably right that you are pregnant.
- How far along were you when you experienced a miscarriage?
- Q: I'm sorry to ask this and I'm sorry for your loss but I am so worried I am going to have a miscarriage and not know it and I have to wait so long to get an ultrasound. How far along were you when you experienced a miscarriage and did you experience bleeding?
- A: I hope that this doesn't happen to you...I had my miscarriage at 7+ weeks. I had been having mild cramps for a couple of days or so. Then I noticed blood when I wiped. Nothing major, just a bit when I wiped. I did not need a pad. But it wasn't every time that I wiped. Then a few days later, I noticed spotting on my undies, and blood every time I wiped. It was bright red in color. At this point I knew that something was not right. I went to bed and I woke up early morning because I felt "wet". It was blood, a lot of it. I did not make it down the stairs when (sorry, this is really gross) it all came out and I actually had to put my hand between my legs to catch it. There was so much blood. When I first noticed blood, I was given a sonogram. They saw the heart beat. The miscarriage happened a few days after that, barely a week later. I really hope that this does not happen to you. Take care of yourself. Good luck...
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- Q: This is going to sound so horrible, but my doctor ignored the fact that I missed my period and had a postitive EPT. I went in every other week because I KNEW I was pregnant and even asked them to do a blood test because none of the other urine tests were turning positive. Fast forward three months. I felt sooooo horrible and I was cramping. I passed a fetus that was about an inch long. The damn doctor tells me oops after he ran a qualitative and quantatative HCG. I ended up having a D and C because the rest would not come out.I was so tramatized at the time I had no clue to ask the man that was so horrid to me about exactly how far along I really was when I lost the pregnancy and my baby.I really don't want to go looking on pregnancy sites as it just breaks my heart. Thanks for any help.I was kind of stuck with the er staff at an overseas military hospital. My best friend saw the first ept turn positive and she thinks that I was probably about 3 to 4 months along but the baby had died earlier and just didnt develop anymore even though my body still was pregnant. When I saw the nurse practitioner she said she thought the same thing (that my friend did) especially since the rest did not come out and I needed a d and c. It was awful. Thank you all for your condolances.YES I filed a report with the CO of the hospital.
- A: You were approximately 8-10 weeks along. The fact that you had such a traumatic experience made worse by the insensitivity of a careless doctor is awful. I've had three miscarriages; 12 weeks, 6 weeks and 6 weeks. And it is an incredibly sad thing to go through. However, I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. All of mine happened with my ex-husband and I know now that I was not meant to have children with him. I am now married to a wonderful man and have a darling little boy. I think that maybe I even appreciate being a mother just a little bit more because of the past. I wish you all the luck in the world and remember not to dwell, the future may well hold something much happier for you.
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