Miscarriage causes high blood pressure

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just got back from the doc def not done having a miscarriage... high blood pressure causes a toxic host and apparently thats why i have been having miscarriages :( They told me to wait a month bring my blood pressure down and try again...Doctors are so helpful... but i wish they could tell me something i dont already know.
It can also cause stroke, heart disease and high blood pressure in my body. There is a treatment thank goodness. I could not imagine that anything good could have come from a 2nd miscarriage. But the loss of baby #2 may have saved my future pregnancies and my life and my children who are already born (they have 50% chance of having it). But be warned... unless your insurance covers testing like this it can cost a lot of money.
Other causes could be urine infection, vaginal or uterine infection, and high blood pressure. Please consult your gynecologist and get this investigated. Try walking, deep breathing exercises, and eat healthy. Take care!
I'm 7w1d and at my ultrasound on Friday they told me that they need to keep an eye on me because I have high blood pressure and an infection on my stomach from a spider bite.
I have recently been to see my Doctor who noticed my blood pressure is also very high. (I am slightly overweight but my BP is usually low, if anything)!! I have to go back for a full bloodwork in 2 weeks. I suddenly feel very lucky to be in the UK & to get all of my healthcare for free. I'll post my results when I get them.
Technique Predicts Miscarriage Risk Doppler Ultrasound Detects Red Blood Cells' Speed Through Embryo's Heart POSTED: 2:28 p.m. EST December 2, 2003 CHICAGO -- Researchers suggest that a Doppler ultrasound during pregnancy could help detect the risk of miscarriage.
I have had migraines my whole life and normally can control them with mild pills but i've had for the last 3 years sinus pressure with migarines there and at the eyes, nose and forehead area, they have always been in the back of my head. I also have Nausea, Vomiting, dizzyness, light headed and pain attacks. I've had Ct scan, MRI, Thyroid test, EMT doc, Hormones checked, lots of blood tests.
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My doctor said she has never had a patient go from a miscarriage to a period with no break in between but since my blood test came back with normal non-pregnancy hormone levels on 1/30/08 she's certain the miscarriage was complete. I've had some cramping off and on and a very heavy blood flow...more than I've had in previous periods. Has anyone ever heard about someone not having a break between a miscarriage and their next period?
When I came out of surgery, I had chest pain/pressure in my sternum/xiphoid area, which was not present before the surgery. The area is very tender to the touch and pain rated at a "5" all the time. This is a constant pain. I am a 46 year old female. I also have a hiatel hernia and a fatty liver, but I have been reassured by two different gastroenterologists that neither one of these conditions can or should cause this pain.
It had me wondering because the negative factor actually triggers a response after the birth of a positive blood baby-when the blood mixes into your blood stream it causes an auto immune response to fight the baby's blood mixed into yours. So that on top of having issues (infections) with my first birth I figured is what triggered the MS, but why it is just showing up now after the birth of my son so many years later????
I thought the first time I had this I was having a miscarriage. The blood result was inconclusive. The second time I thought it was a miscarriage too but that blood result came up a firm negative. Now here I am again. I should also mention that my periods are longer than average (7-10 days). Please, someone out there, if you have any clue as to what this could be caused by let me know. I'm wondering if this is part of the reason we haven't been able to conceive yet. Thank you in advance!
I lost over 1/2 of my body's volume of blood and I was given 4 units of blood, just to bring my blood pressure to a safe level and so that I was not passing out all the time. I was in the hospital for 2 days, but I am home now and still very anemic, but glad to be alive! Even with all that I "passed" at home, the entire sack and placenta was still inside of me; it was "stuck"...I would have died trying to miscarry at home.
I have had several miscarriages too. After a miscarriage I think it is totally normal to worry all the time. I watch for blood everytime I wipe through the whole first trimester with each baby. The friends I have who haven't miscarried never even think about it. They just assume everything is fine each time. It is sad we have to worry so much and can't enjoy the first trimester but I think that is just how it is after losing a baby. I am sure you will be fine.
The fact that you tell me she looks 7 months pregnant tells me the doctor should also look into cortisol issues as the rise and fall would cause vomiting and high cortisol causes a large belly. Most doctors will find that to be rare and may not even check for it. She really needs to see an expert. She also needs to get a pituitary MRI before she starts meds (that is silly!) and the MRI needs to be dynamic - a pituitary center knows how to order them. With and without contrast.
This just happened again to my thumb after 10 years and my cardiologist prescribed high blood pressure meds...and I DON'T have high blood pressure, I've been running for 25 years! If anyone has a diagnosis please share...I know your frustration.
She has decided to work on herself now, and hold off on getting pregnant again. She is overweight, has high blood pressure, and is diabetic. She took medication for her bloodpressure, and insulin shots for the diabetis. She experienced her first miscarriage before her son was born. She let 7 months go between the two pregnancies. She had lost 30 pounds, and had her bloodpressure back under control. Her health is not as good right now.
I don't understand why or what causes miscarriage? I just got a miscarriage on first day of Chinese New Year 14 Feb 2010. Is very upset and hurting. I've seen the gynae 3 days before m/c and is the 8 week of pregnancy. She says the baby is fine, there is heart beat. She says there is no worry for the daily bleeding. However, my bleeding became more and more heavier after seeing her.
After a miscarriage depnding on how far a long you are you should at least wait 2 cycles. After a miscarriage ask your doctor and don't feel shy when you should try again. No matter what some one says you can still be pregnant before your period is late. I was told by my aunt once when I was younger that some woman can have a miscarriage once a month with out evan knowing it. I researched this and it is true. One out of every 3 or 4 pregnancys end for many reasons in miscarriage.
I've been reading what every1 has been writing and its helping me. I've been trying to find out whats going on with me. It started wen I noticed some spottin a week before my period was due, (mine are always on schedule & very heavy) that lasted a few days & stopped. I feel like im pregnant & so i took 4 home pregnancy tests all came out positive. I went to the dr & 2 urine tests came out negative.
At times I feel some type of discharge and think it is my period coming but its not. I took a blood test on Thursday the 19th and the test came back negative - 5mIU/ml. I don't know what is going on. My cycle have been normal coming every 27-28 days and now nothing. I am still going to see my gyn. on Wednesday Jan 25th. I know that people say if you think you are pregnant you can think you feel symptoms but these are real. And if I am not where is my normal period?
When your blood pressure rises causes your baby's blood pressure to rise which can cause your baby to die from pretty much a heart attack. Causing a miscarriage. We just learned this in one of my nursing classes. As well as my midwife told me it also.
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That's what I did after my first miscarriage since I also have a short luteal phase, low thyroid, ulcerative colitis, and high blood pressure (ie, very high risk). While I really like my high risk OB, her schedule is always booked 2 - 3 weeks out. The fertility clinic on the other hand can always see me immediately and go out of their way to make me feel like they want to help me despite only 1 miscarriage.
Also had a liver biopsy in May 08, but did not get results back yet.Add high blood pressure and high cholesterol to that. Now, since I had to have medical clearance for the hysperoscopy, the Dr took and EKG in her clinical office, and said I needed to have a stress test done. I REFUSED. She said she "thinks", from reading the EKG that something is wrong with my heart. Since I refused, she ordered an ultra sound of my heart instead.
Too much salt causes water retention and swelling also high blood pressure!
I have twins and when I was pregnant with them I was under alot of stress I was even on high blood pressure meds and they made it here. This last time I was under some stress and yelled at the kids, but I was not on high blood pressure meds. I lost the baby. Since then I have recieved many blessings and my life has changed. One thing is for sure if I was pregnant right now I would be stressed because I would not be able to do what I needed.
A blood test would be able to determine if the antibodies are being produced close to the time of a miscarriage. Uncontrolled diabetes, overweight/underweight, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, unknown infections, or other medical disorders can have an effect, too. If you check out okay in all these categories and tests performed by your physician, you may want to have your partner's sperm tested for prostaglandins, a treatable condition. Good luck!!
C because there was agin pregnency sack but no baby in it and this time doctors gave me the reason that i was having high blood pressure of 150/90, thoiroid was 8, there was one antivirus naming cytomegelovius(CMV) which was in between positive and negative and there was one thing also naming anti cardio lipin antibodies which was positive. Could anybody guide me what could be exact reason of all this?
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