Ibuprofen pregnancy miscarriage

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The first miscarriage I did not take ibuprofen and it went just fine. Can the ibuprofen be slowing down the process?
I too am sorry for your loss. For me, a D & C was necessary to be sure that all of the "tissue" left my uterus. My last miscarriage was considerd a 'missed miscarriage' (which just means that the baby died at around 6-7 wks but was not discovered until around 10 weeks. I hemorrhaged profusely and dangerously. This is not typical!! So, for me, I needed to have medical supervision. Even in this last case, I had to pass "the tissue" but...I was monitored and medicated.
I didn't want to miss that - it was the last moments I would spend in what had been a very long-awaited and joyfully celebrated pregnancy. They gave me some ibuprofen and zofran through the (apparently not optional, trust me I tried) IV line after it was over, to help with cramping and the nausea that refused to quit even after finding out that the fetus wasn't growing or viable. I was flat on the couch that night, crying and cursing my fate, but without too much pain.
I had a miscarriage right before I got pregnant with my son. In between the miscarriage and pregnancy there was no AF. So there are a few family members thinking that I might not have had a m/c this time. But I just don't feel pregnant. I will find out Tuesday either way though when I get my blood results back. Just keep your head up.
A few studies show that taking aspirin around the time of conception and in early pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of miscarriage. And some researchers believe that taking aspirin at adult doses during pregnancy might affect the baby's growth and may slightly increase the risk of a placental abruption.
I also took a pregnancy test yesterday morning to make sure my levels were back to normal and it came out neg. It feels like it's my period trying to start, but no sign of blood. Any ideas? Should I see my ob/gyn?
1) Using over the counter medications such as Ibuprofen or Aleve, naproxen sodium, during early pregnancy 2) Alcohol or drug use during pregnancy 3) Cigarette smoking during pregnancy 4) Exposure to dangerous chemicals such as benzene, arsenic, or formaldehyde, during pregnancy 5) Heavy caffeine use during pregnancy 6) Disease or infection while pregnant 7) Physical trauma while pregnant Recent studies are beginning to show that low folic acid levels may also increase the risk of a mi
Hello~ I was informed last week that I have a failed pregnancy. Since my husband and I have been ttc for about 4 years he wanted to help us get through this miscarriage faster so we can start trying again. He suggested Methotrexate. I was just wondering if anyone else here has taken this? I have never had a miscarriage and am just nervous and scared I guess. I would also like to know how long it took you to conceive after the taking the shot? Any information would be great...
I have read that it can take up to a month before af comes after a miscarriage. Just a little confused as this is my first pregnancy and miscarriage. Thanks for any help!
How far gone are u and are u bleeding try not to stress yourself out beins u cant go the doctors till 2mora go to the hospital to get u and baby checked over that way u know then keep us updated.
Oh yes it is possible to get preggers 1 month after a miscarriage. I am living proof. I had a miscarriage On May 8th ended May 15th found out on Monday 7/14/08 that I am 9 weeks preggers and due in Feb. And my husband and I as well have only been intimate 1 time since the miscarriage. I kept waiting to get AF to start my pills because as well my dr. told us to abstain for a while well I waited 2 - 3 weeks after and nothing so we said forget this and did anyway. WELL...
I just want to inform people the doing things the natural way is not always best.I had a hard time dealing with the miscarriage but I was getting through it and now i have to deal with it all over again. I had a great surgeon that is trying to find out what went wrong .
I found this site because I googled headaches after miscarriage. I had a miscarriage on June 18, 2009 and yes, it was the absolute worst experience of my life. I would not wish it on my worst enemy, so I am very sorry to all of you who have lost a baby. I found the posts very beneficial because I have been having extreme headaches for six days now and was very curious as to why. I am assuming it's my hormones being all jacked up.
Hello, I had an miscarriage on Aug 16,2010. This was my second pregnancy. I am 38 yrs old. The miscarriage felt like a period. Soon as I had the miscarriage I developed the headaches, I also took some tylenol. ( it helped). My docotor stated to me that a miscarriage can be just like a period or in large blood clots. Sorry for everyone's loss. God is going to bless us with a healthy pregancy again just believe and have faith.
I was 8 1/2 wks pregnant (first pregnancy) and just experienced a miscarriage 2 days ago. Very painful experience (both emotionally & physically). Unfortunately there is nothing that can be done to stop a miscarriage. It's nature's way of releasing or purging when there is something wrong: hormonal problems, infections, maternal health issues, implantation of egg does not occur properly, etc. I spotted lightly (brownish pink) on the first day, that continued to day two.
Sept 14, 2010 I'm waiting on a missed miscarriage. This is my 2nd missed miscarriage and I had a miscarriage before that as well. I have 2 healthy children prior to all 3 miscarriages. My 1st missed miscarriage was complicated. I started spotting at about 6 1/2 weeks. I didn't get in for an ultrasound until 7w5d, the found the baby measuring 6w4d with a good heartbeat and small clot behind the placenta. I was so relieved.
This was my first pregnancy and I am really sad and scared. I started spotting 3 days ago, but since then it has stopped. I only see really thick brown/light red vaginal discharge after I wipe and it only happens when I poop. I am really nervous and don't know what to expect or when the actual bleeding would start. I was wondering if anyone has gone through some thing like this. Please help!
I am 9 weeks and 3 days but the embryo is much smaller, around 7 weeks. My OBGYN says that I can either wait for the miscarriage to happen naturally (which could be a while yet) or I can have a D&C next week sometime. I am scared for both options and really don't know what to do? I'm sure others have had to make this choice, does anyone have an opinion for me? Thanks a lot.
The RE believes that I am having an in-uterun miscarriage...great I finally have a pregnancy that is in my uterus and the baby doesnt make it..WTF! (we dont know for sure if the baby is in my uterus but my symptoms suggest it)...and if the baby was in my tube then it should just get reabsorbed into my system.. So Now I will be getting my beta checked to weekly to make sure my number drops.. I am sooo sad to lose another baby!
I had a follow-up ultrasound today and I learned I do not have a viable pregnancy. There is still no yolk sac. In addition, my gestational sac only increased from 5 weeks 3 days to 5 weeks 6 days in a 10 day timeframe. My HCG levels are also not normal. My doctor reviewed with me the options. I am leaning toward a D&C, as emotionally it has already been a long rollercoaster. However, I was wondering if anybody went with the pill option and would you recommend it?
(Come to find out, the same thing happened to my mother during one of her pregnancies.) The third pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage at two months along. I was already aware that I was pregnant and was surprised when I started bleeding. I immediately went to see a doctor. They told me that it could possibly be a miscarriage, and to return in two days for a second hormone check to confirm.
If taken in the last three months of pregnancy it can cause birth defects, and can increase the odds of miscarriage. Motrin is ibuprofen which is never meant to be taken during pregnancy. If you need anything for pain, use Tylenol. There may be no damage done, but do not use it anymore.
You can have Tylenol (acetaminophen) but not Aspirin (ibuprofen) during pregnancy. Hopefully at your first doc appointment they'll give you a list of things that are safe and things to avoid. Congratulations and good luck!!
I read somewhere along this forum awhile back a story about angels and miscarriages and how woman have been blessed with healthy pregnancy and babies after a miscarriage. Praying for you.
that of course doesn't mean we are all the same and i am sure if he had a problem at birth i would have felt like it was that but i know several people who took it during pregnancy just in small amts for extreme cases.
The doctor said it is possible that I was so early into the pregnancy and had a miscarriage, and that it would explain all my earlier symptoms. She was aware of my previous ER visit. So the doctor lets me leave after prescribing me ibuprofen 600mg(Which she shouldn't have because if the first doctor I saw on Wednesday is right about the ulcer, taking NSAIDS is just going to make it worse) I felt fine for once after I got home, I was able to eat again and didn't feel severely nauseous.
Just to add on my comment on May 23, 2008. I had my fibroid surgery 2 years ago and trying to get preg after got better from the surgery but no luck. I think HSG played a big role on positive preg test result. Just an opinion...Who knows!
What I do know is that yes endo can prevent pregnancy and ovarian cysts during pregnancy can cause miscarriage or problems with the baby. My OB explained to me that they are finding that the adhesions secrete hormones that actually prevent pregnancy. With my first pregnancy I was on Tylenol 3 until my 3rd trimester. I just moved down south to a more rural area.
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