How likely is it to miscarriage
A:Studies have shown that around 10 percent of confirmed pregnancies end in miscarriage. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-likely-is-it-to-miscarriage ]
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- Usually reoccurring miscarriages are due to a hormonal imbalance. Blood work can help determine what the problem is. Often though, if it's just one miscarriage, it's due to problems with the baby, not the mother. Miscarriages can occur at a...
- Don't really think there is a percentage for MC but they say that chances of miscarrying after hearing the heartbeat are 3-5%. Hope it helps. Most women miscarry in the 1st trimester and anything past 20weeks is considered a still birth. Be...
- Studies have shown that around 10 percent of confirmed pregnancies end in miscarriage.
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- Q: Well, if you have read past posts than you should know what has happened. I found out I was PG friday after I passed agreyish looknig clot that I assumed was pregnancy sign and now I am pretty sure it was my baby. I went to teh ER and my Beta levels were at a 47, to low, they said it was either to early in the pregnancy or at the end of a miscarraige. I had 3 ultrasounds. 2 of which show that my uterine lining is thickened and the way they described it, an indefinte embryo. When I asked the doctor if it could jsut be to early, he said that he HAS seen weirder things. But it looks like a miscarriage. I go for a folluw up tomorrow jsut to confirm it. I don't get it. I had no cramping, no bleeding and only staining on TP. how the hell could I have had a miscarriage. They checked my cervix and said it was closed... is their hope. Pobably not... but I am so heartbroken. But that means I should get PG pretty quick...right... I am not spotting today anymore. and barely yesterday... do u thinthink the doctors got it right, could it still be to early? My urine test was negative. But friday it was postive, i heard and read and know that hospital PG tests aren't as sensitive... what does anyone have to say? Iknow it probably was a miscarriage...but how, when? He said I will only bleed when Iam passing the tissue...but my cervix is still closedI don't get it... I just went to the ER to my mind at ease only to e told something I was scared of but didn't really expect... if my beta was 47 yesterday that means I must have tested postive with a hpt with a level of close to 20...isn't that to early to est postive with urine (only answer if you KNOW)
- A: Extremely early miscarriage is the same as a period and very common. There is no telling how many women have them early because most assume it's just a period. It's nothing you did and nothing you could stop, it just happens. It also doesn't mean anything about your fertility or ability to safely carry a pregnancy to term. I had one a little over a year ago and am now 17wks pregnant.An ultrasound really isn't accurate until around 6wks. Before that they can only see what could be this or could be that. I would wait it out and not give up hope until you know for sure. It sounds like you are between 3-4wks at this point since you are getting mixed results on tests.Good luck and I hope everything turns out ok.Some hpts can come up as low at 15, hospitals and doctors often use tests that come up closer to 50.http://www.peeonastick.com/hpts.html
- How likely is miscarriage?
- Q: I just found out that I am pregnant (about 5 weeks) and I won't have my first doctors appointment until about 8 weeks. I am 21 years old, healthy weight, in pretty good shape, and have already starting taking prenatal vitamins. Nobody in my family has a history of miscarriages but I was just wondering on the chances of me having one? Is it normal to be very worried about this at first?
- A: 1 out of every 4 pregnancy ends in miscarriage, however many women don't realize they are miscarrying or that they were even pregnant in the first place.
- How long will my HCG levels continue to rise if I am going to have a miscarriage due to a blighted ovum?
- Q: My HCG levels suggest that I'm 7-8 weeks pregnant. The last time I had sex before finding out that I was pregnant was on 12/9/08, so I am at least that far along.Thursday 1/8/09: HCG Level 37,853Monday 1/12/09: HCG Level 86,076However, I had an ultrasound on Friday 1/9/08 and they could only make out a fetal pole (questionable) and a very faint heartbeat. The doctor does not sound very optimistic and says that in his experience it sounds like I will more than likely miscarriage.I can do nothing now but wait for my next ultrasound scheduled for Friday. Have you or anyone you know been in a similar situation and gone on to deliver a healthy baby?If I do have a blighted ovum, why are my HCG numbers going up and when will they stop?
- A: Hang in there. First of all, when a fetal pole or yolk sac is seen, that means this is not a blighted ovum. However, that doesn't mean this cannot end in miscarriage. It is just too early to tell. An ultrasound one week out from the last ultrasound will give you a better idea of what is happening. My hCG levels were well above 100,000, before finding my baby. In fact, if you have a tilted uterus (probably need to ask since most women do not know until they ask), your levels will generally be higher than the norm before seeing your baby. Please, update this after your ultrasound. I do hope you get the best of news.
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