Am 7 weeks pregnant....today I accidentally hit my stomach and since then am worried about whether the foetus heat beat has stopped...my concern is whether this could lead to miscarriage.
Got mild pain in my lower abdomen for sometime....not severe. No bleeding yet.
Hoping that everything is fine.
When I searched on net about miscarriage symptoms I totally got confused as it's mentioned that even though there is no bleeding there could be miscarriage, there could be internal bleeding, sometimes its detected only weeks after the foetus had died,etc. Totally Confused!!!!! :-(
Please anyone let me know whether hitting on stomach is risky.
Whether I can get a CT scan done to reassure that there is heart beat and everything is normal?
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