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1927405 tn?1323046369

miscarriage ???

on thursday the 1st december i found i was pregnant roughly about 4 weeks, started bleedinf from friday to monday the hosp told me i was having a early miscarriage as my hcg levels were decreasing, it is now 7th of december, what am i actually meant to be experiencing as i have had no pain nothing come away (sorry tmi) and have now stopped bleeding ??
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1806883 tn?1458321004
this is probably what they class as a chemical pregnancy, which is basically just pregnant, and then your period comes, if they have checked your hcg levels and they were falling this is the most likey scenario, when this happens there isnt usually anything much to pass, maybe a few clots, I had a blighted ovum and all I passed were clots, not at all big either, I also had another miscarraige around the same gestation 5wl 2days and that time I passed a sack, so it can be different each time. I would either ask to have my hcg levels checked again or have an u/sound to see if your uterus is empty, if you would like to try again, I would start tracking your ovulation, I have ovualted 7 days after my bleeding finished
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I'm really sorry.  You may already be finished m/c'ing.  I had a chemical pregnancy last year and it was just like a usual period.  I didn't have any pain at all and don't think I passed any clots.  Just bled.  It's a good idea to get checked out again just to make sure it's all finished.
1927405 tn?1323046369
hi i av miscarried been to the docs today as i have been unwell for few months and i have an overactive thyroid problem which can increase the risk of a miscarriage x
1806883 tn?1458321004
well thats good that you have found that out, hopefully they can get that under control and you can go on to have a successful pregnancy, good luck
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