Answer: When you are pregnant and suffer a miscarriage this means that something has gone wrong during the pregnancy and subsequently the foetus or baby has died and been passed out of your body through your vagina in the form of a heavy period if you suspect that you have suffered a miscarriage then it is extremely important that you get medical advice so you must either go to your local hospitals accident and emergency dept or visit your family doctor as soon as possible to be checked out and advised professionally as to what has happened.
Answer: Since you have said that you bled two weeks after your period, you are probably not pregnant. If you are concerned about this, please see your primary care physician or your gynecologist, as something else could be the cause. During early years of menstruation, things might not be on schedule yet. See your doctor for more information and advice.This response has been given by a medical professional, but not a physician. Although this response has been checked for accuracy and has been researched, any advice given here does not take the place of your primary care provider. In an emergency, please dial 911 or your local emergency number. This response is provided under the terms and disclaimers of WikiAnswers and the author of this answer cannot be held liable for any misguided attempts to follow this advice without the observation or guidance of a licensed physician.
Answer: Yes very good chance if it wasnt proven on scan or blood tests. if you just had a lot of blood, and thought you lost hte baby then theres a good chance that you were wrong. I have had many pregnancies where Ive bled a lot. and often thought I had lost it, but I let my midwife know, and she organised a scan which showed a healthy baby with a heartbeat. you need to talk to your maternity carer and have an ultrasound. goodluck!
Answer: Not necessarily. It is not uncommon to "spot" a little, especially that early in the pregnancy. If you continue to bleed in amounts similar to your normal menses it could be indicative of a miscarriage. Consult your OBGYN MD or midwife.
Answer: no that does not mean a miscarriage, but you should take it easy and consult your doctor, if you are under a lot of stress that could cause it, and no sex until you see your doctor,, just take it easy
Answer: If I was you I would ring your GP or if you find this difficult ring NHS direct for advice (be prepared to wait for a call back). Miscarriage is a very difficult time for any woman and there are people you can talk to like British pregnancy advisory service or the Samaritans. Dont go through this alone and try not to worry. Take care.
Answer: Im so sorry to hear of your loss. I had a m/c 3 weeks ago on 4/12/11 I was 7weeks, 3 days along, I started bleeding on 3/12/11, meant to be 10 weeks at this point.
I was allowed to go home but strangely the doctor had me sign a form to sign myself out of their care incase anything happened to me they would hold no responsibilty, only differency going home was the fetous cant be examined by the nurses if it came away naturally during the night (by examining i mean they confirm it was the fetous, they dont test tfor problems unless you have had 3 miscarriages) Doctor said chance of haemmoridging was highly unlikely and theyd give me a tablet to take before i left hospital to hurry it along, went back to confirm all had gone with a transvaginal scan. (it had - only little clot left) told id bleed for 1 week. stopped after 4 days. I am now having lots of early pregnancy symptoms including hiccups, one breast larger than the other and has little spots around my aerolas plus all typical symptoms. im thinking its got to be one of two things, either tissue is still inside me or im pregnant again so make sure you get a scan after all the clotting stops afterwards. i am leaving it til end of first week in january and if preg tests keep showing negative i will go to hospital for scan.
I have wanted to be a mum for a few years now (having sex once a month and didnt have a clue when i was ovulating but was over the moon when i found out i was pregnant. i couldnt face ANYONE for the first week, second week i visited work/mum, went shopping and started to feel so much more positive. the way im looking at it is my body has never been used to pregnancy hormones etc so it rejected it because it didnt know how to deal with it but now if i was to fall pregnany again it would recognise these hormones so therefor wouldnt reject it, either that or ther was something wrong somewhere, most early miscarriages are caused by the cells not matching up, mayb down syndrome and Im not very religous but I truly beleive God would not give us what we couldnt physically/mentally handle, that baby will eventually come, same baby, just a different time. My doctor said I could try as soon as I stop bleeding, no need to wait for a period. if your body isnt ready to get pregnant again then it wont. She also said alot of doctors say this, even in my hospital that you need to wait for two reasons, dating of the baby but with scans these days dating the pregnancy is no problem! Also it is to make sure mum2b is emotionally ready or physically and emotionally. makes the patient easier to get along with - especially a hormoanl pregnant one! So after that advice i thought, im not going to wait to make their jobs easier, especially at a time where all women are much more fertile after a m/c!
I am sorry this is so long, I wanted to put in as much info as possible. I hope you stay strong, everything happens for a reason.
Answer: take a test anyway......... rule out pregnancy, if your test is negative and you have a bad taste in your mouth it could related to your digetive system or a dentistry problem. it is not uncommon for women to bleed regularly throughout a pregnancy.hope eveything will be ok x