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Is it a misscarriage

Can you have bleeding, and passing of large amounts of tissue during the first trimester and continue with a viable pregnancy? Ultrasound results showed an intact fetus with heartbeat, no signs at that time of miscarriage, however extreme cramping that night, passing of a large unidentifable piece of tissue, after tissue passing cramping decreased but spotting continues. Thanks.
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Thanks that is comforting, and hopefull. I will let you know what the verdict is tomorrow.
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Thank you. We will know tomorrow and I will post.
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Hi wobo
I hope the baby is fine.  I think everyone is different.  I miscarried a little boy at 14 weeks and for myself I didn't have a lot of pain.  I was uncomfortable but when the nurse asked me what the pain felt like on a scale of 1 to 10 I would have said maybe a 3.  I have heard of other people bleeding during a pregnancy and turn out ok but then others have not.  I think you need to remain hopeful and wait for an expert opinion or an ultrasound before thinking the worse because it just adds to the stress.  I reckon your daughter needs to go on bed rest until she gets professional advice just incase its a threatened miscarriage.

You will have to let us know how it all goes!!!  We are thinking of you and your daughter.  
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that happend to me but thanfully i didnt misscarry please tell your daughter it is very inportant she trys to stay off her feet and relax as much as possible my doc put me on bed rest and the bleeding stopped
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Thank you for your response. It's not me but my daugther, she has an appt to see the OB/GYN. I guess we were all hoping it could be something else. Thanks again
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im not going to say you've miscarried because im not a doctor, but passing clots and a lot of blood is what we describe as a miscarriage, im not not saying you have by any means but o to the doctor asap, he'll send for for a scan, wih miscarriages there is very bad cramps that make you keel over in agony, i really hope you are fine, please let me know
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