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A:Miscarriage is possible at any time in the pregnancy but is most common during the first trimester (first 3 months) [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-many-weeks-can-you-have-a-miscarriage ]
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How many weeks can you have a miscarriage
Miscarriage is possible at any time in the pregnancy but is most common during the first trimester (first 3 months)
Positive pregnancy test after 4 1/2 weeks after a complete miscar...?
Yes you could be. My sister got pregnant 2 weeks after she miscarried at 7 weeks.
What would you do? if you had a miscarriage at 20 weeks what happ...?
At 20 weeks, you are far enough along, they actually require a death certificate. So, the baby is big enough to actually be removed (c-section) and buried. You can have a full-out funeral if that is what you needed.

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What happens when you have a miscarriage?
Q: Hi everyone. I'm not pregnant or anything, but just wondering what happens when a woman has a miscarriage. Do you know you have had a miscarriage? What happens to the baby? At how many weeks can you miscarriage?Thanks!
A: HiI had a miscarriage in November at 6 weeks. It was painful but not agony although everyone is different. It was most painful right before I passed the baby/tissue and afterwards was just like a period.Unfortunately I was 10 weeks pregnant and have been told baby has died so am waiting to miscarry again. I have been told to expect more pain and bigger baby/tissue this time as 10 weeks pregnantTo be honest, if you do not hemorage or have an infection the worst pain of all is emotional.....my heart has have never hurt so muchWith regards to how many weeks can you miscarry at. The risky time is 4-6 weeks and the next 6-8 and then 8-12. After that apparently you have a much lower chance of miscarriage. After 20 weeks it is know as fetal demise and still birth not miscarriage as such.Hope this helps you
Has anyone had an incompetend cervix which led to miscarriage?
Q: If so, how many weeks along were you?My friend was 18 weeks pregnant when she had a miscarriage.Can she have a complete miscarriage which wouldn't require D&C?
A: An incompetent cervix is a medical problem where the cervix is unable to remain tightly closed enough to carry a pregnancy to term. For most women who are diagnosed with a true incompetent cervix, they will be unable to carry a child to term unless they are treated. A woman with an incompetent cervix can undergo a cervical cerclage (think of a purse with the stich around the rim holding it closed) and bed rest to help keep the cervix closed, when the pregnancy is established and at viability the stitch can be removed and labor will likely ensue. Also, at 18 weeks miscarriage is more intense, the fetus is larger (approximately the size of a bell pepper, or 5 1/2 inches long) than most early miscarriages (the largest percentage happen before 12 weeks) the tissues are stronger, it is likely that the fetus would be expelled intact, but most doctors would adamatly prefer that this occur under doctor supervision to ensure the placenta is completely expelled along with the whole of the fetus- retained tissue can cause severe infection, and there are other complications that could occur- heavy bleeding... even emotional distress at experiencing the "birth" of a "child" because at this stage the fetus, although a little out of proportion and much smaller than full term, certainly is similair in appearance to a baby. A woman who is aprehensive about the D&C procedure during a miscarriage is apprehensive because they are imagining it to be like an abortion, or that it will somehow hurt the child, or that it isn't natural- Comfort her and assure her that the baby has already passed, nature has taken its course already and now it is time to ensure her health and safety.
when do i end my first trimester??? and after how many weeks may i start to breath i little easier?
Q: hello i hope all of you are having a great day well my question is this bc my sister in law has been freaking me out with all the horror stories and i already b4 this baby had a miscarriage and then i recently found out i HAD been carrying twins but that one of the babies died around 8 weeks along well here are my factsmy last period was on 10/27/2008date of conception was on 11/7/2008 my due date is august 2 2009* so when am i out of my first trimester and can start breathing easier about this babyoh and 3 weeks ago i went to the doctors and we could already hear my baby's little heart beat! yey
A: 12 weeks is the magic number :)You are 12 weeks and 2 days pregnant. You can officially breath easier.

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