Do you know how far along you were? If you were only 4 to 6 weeks you should not see a fetus at all bc its too small. Hiw much did you bleed? If you went through a pad an hour then yes I would say unfortantely you most likely miscarried. Sometimes in early pregnancy brown blood like spotting even bleeding a little but no where near a pad an hour is completely normal. And the cramps as well but not sereve cramps. If you had severe cramps and heavy bleeding that's pointing more towards a miscarriage. You need to see a dr asap! If everything didn't pass you can have serious complications. Good luck hope you feel better!
Hmm that doesn't sounds too good. You should go see a dr or maybe go to the er. If its red blood like a period and lots of clots than you are probly miscarrying. I'm sorry but you should go get checked! I hope you feel better
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