How do you know that you've miscarried
A:Some symptoms are vaginal bleeding that may be preceded by a brownish discharge, cramps in the pelvic area, tissue or blood MORE? [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-do-you-know-that-you%27ve-miscarried ]
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- You take your butt to the hospital the very second you think that it is even a possibility. it is not something you sit around and guess.
- Sometimes you will not now for a few weeks. I just had a miscarriage this week. I was 10w4d along. I noticed blood when I urinated. I called the Dr. right away. I was tested for a UTI then sent in for a ultrasound. The ultrasound showed the...
- Well, if you took a pregnancy test after this, it would've still showed up as positive because you would still have small levels of HCG in your system. I'm a bit confused though, did you know if you were actually pregnant or not? Did you...
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- A: My first question is did AF show? As for my m/c they were always different. Your body will break up everything and you'll pass it at different times. The main part (depending on how far along you are) will come out in one piece and then the rest of the pieces will just come along in spurts. That is how it has worked for me. But every woman is different.
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- A: It should be from the date of your miscarriage, at that point your body quits producing the hormone that helps sustain a pregnancy. I had a miscarriage at 16 weeks and wrecked my car 2 weeks and 2 days later, at that point they were trying to tell that at my levels I was about 10 weeks along. So I don't know exactly how long it took to go down, but 2 weeks later I was still at 10 week levels, so I would imagine the higher your levels to start with the longer it takes. I'm so sorry for you loss :(
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- A: try to rest as much as possible and dont do any heavy lifting, dont over work your self. and nap whenever you are tired. yes you are young, but you are also being responsible for the sake of yourself and your baby. for that you deserve some respect. put your feet up and send your fiance to go and buy some prenatal supplements to give the baby a good healthy start. what nationality is your family? or which religion do they follow to make you marry someone you arent in love with, in this day and age you do have the right to free will. dont marry someone you dont love if you dont want to. It is your right as a young lady to say no to your family. seek help. your family is putting your health at risk and pushing you into things you arent ready for. and because you are so young and are already having trouble with your pregnancies, an unassisted birth could lead to a fatality. meaning you and your baby would be at very high risk. its a suicide mission. please take care, and put the welfare of yourself and your child first.
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