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I am 5w 4d pregnant according to my LMP. I have had all the early pregnancy symptoms...sore breasts, nausea, fatigue. BF and I decided to terminate. I was gonna call today and make an appointment, but last night I started having dull, achy cramps and they lasted all night. I have not had any bleeding. This may sound weird, but when I woke up this morning, I felt different, empty. I wasn't nauseous, my breasts were not sore...it's like all the symptoms went away overnight. Is it possible to have a miscarriage with no bleeding?
You didn't have a miscarriage without bleeding. If indeed you were pregnant the pregnancy may have failed resulting in what we consider a missed abortion (i.e., an early failed pregnancy that has yet to pass vaginally). These usually resolve one of three ways: spontaneous miscarriage, induced miscarriage (with a medication called misoprostol) or dilation and curettage. You should be seen by an ob/gyn to confirm the status of the pregnancy and then discuss with you the options on how to proceed.
I miscarried without bleeding August of 2006. I was so nauseous - and then, it just stopped on a Friday. The following Monday I went in for a scheduled ultrasound and the baby was there but there was no heartbeat - I was 9 weeks along. My doctor waited until Friday to do the D&C and I had no bleeding prior to my procedure.
i don't know if i had a miscarriage but my period in the beginning of sept. was only 2 days then i have a period on sept 29 and this period was heavy with a lot of big blood clots like quarter size i had pregnancy symptoms then they stopped i was having very bad cramps to the point where i was awakened by the pain and the blood. can anyone tell me what the clots would look like if i had a miscarriage. i took 4 hpt test all were negeative may have taken them too soon. please help
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