Miscarriage symptoms in first trimester

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It was waking me out of dead sleep, on more than one occasion. In my first pregnancy, I had next to NO symptoms, no morning sickness, no nausea, no cravings, nothing! I had a baby boy. This time I am overly tired (could be that I have a 9 month old to take care of!!!) nauseated all the time, irritated beyond belief, moody and really hungry too. I don't get it! I know each pregnancy is completely different, but this one is TOTALLY different!
I have spotted on and off and everything is fine. I am 11 weeks today. They told me it was normal bleeding. They also told me that you have less than a 2% chance of M/C after hearing the HB.
Anyone do acupuncture through their first trimester? The provider that I see specializes in fertility and was referred to my by my RE when I was going through IVF. Now I am wondering if I should keep going. Thanks ladies!
Is it normal to have fluctuations in symptom severity during the first trimester? or could this indicate the possibility of another missed miscarriage? I am not scheduled for an ultrasound until the end of next week.
But then it also says that you aren't supposed to take the medicine in the first trimester either. I'm very confused and very worried. This is my first pregnancy and I only want to do what is best for my baby. What is the right thing to do?
Remember that with any case of bleeding or spotting in pregnancy, the best thing to do is to call your doctor for advice. First Trimester It’s undeniable that bleeding or spotting in the first trimester may mean a miscarriage, but it can also mean other issues. About half of women who have first-trimester vaginal bleeding have a miscarriage. That might sound scary, but that also means that half of women who have bleeding don't miscarry.
TY and yeah you are so right with sometimes not wanting everyone all up in yo business (mother in law) lol i luv her to death but she tends to butt in a bit much sometimes
Oh, the waiting. It sounds good, it really does. I had some bleeding in my first pregnancy (I didn't know I was pregnant, so I wasn't worried), and cramps in that pregnancy, and that was way back when I thought I was invincible. I never found out what casued the bleeding, because I didn't realise it was anything to worry about. I agree with the comment that bleeding in pregnancy is never normal, but it is common. Hang in there, wish you all the best.
It's perfectly normal, your almost at your second trimester when symptoms generally ease off. Every pregnancy is different to. With my first baby I had no symptoms the entire time except needing to pee more in the last trimester and his a perfectly healthy 20 month old.
i still feel the symptoms. my breast still tender and a litte lump in my throat. but bleeding for three days.
Honey, there is almost nothing you can do to cause a miscarriage. Number one reason for first trimester miscarriage is a chromosomnal abnormality. Second reason is a medical issue or enviromental factors such as drug use, smoking or heavy drinking. That being said, in second and third trimester rough sex is probably not a great idea. But early on? No worries.
I'm first time pregnant and very afraid of miscarriage! so far things have been fine and my first scan is in a week. I'm 11 weeks now. I've not had any symptoms at all so far ... no sickness, no nausea, nothing. just lil extra fatigue and no periods.
Im 30 weeks and havent had any other symptoms expect tired and was nauseated in my fiest trimester. Sometimes you just get kucky not everyone has it bad!
Almost every women will havr a miscarriage at some point in their life. And will simply think its a period. Its very natural.
they couldn't find the heartbeat but she had said they didn't bother trying to look. shes in her first trimester but had no signs of miscarriage, no cramping and no bleeding at all. is it possible the doctor could be wrong? she's gonna get checked again to double check.
Symptoms usually subside as you enter the 2nd trimester. And yes, you can feel your uterus during those stages but if you're poking around and don't know what to feel for then you won't know if you're feeling the top of the uterus or not. At your next OB appt they should use a doppler to find the heartbeat. When they check to feel your uterus, ask them if they'd show you how to feel it as well so that you know what you're feeling.
Eat healthily. Miscarriages in the first trimester are usually because there was an error during conception - say a bad sperm had the information for the brain missing. Hope that makes sense. You should go on to have a healthy pregnancy again this time. Good luck hun. Have you done a test?
But I'm worried I have, I didn't even know I was pregnant. I've been on this new BC pill for 4 months that has wreaked havoc with my cycle. Sometimes I get my period, sometimes I don't. Well I did this time, but it was over a week early, and it was the most painful cycle I've ever had. I have been bleeding for 7 days now, rather steadily. Normally it would've been over 3 days ago, and a whole lot lighter flow.
The only other thing that the radiologist told me is that I have a lot of fibroids, and the biggest one was 6 cm in length. One of them is in the posterior as well. In the first trimester I did have some bleeding but that was diagnosed coming from a polyp that was right at the cervix. That bleeding turned to small spotting and that was all of it. Then during my last phase of the 17 week I noticed that discharge was different than what I was having before, it was more watery.
Called the doctor and they couldn't get me in until I was 10 weeks for my first ultrasound! I understand.
I, myself, would try not to take anything in the first trimester as that is the most critical time in development but I also do not have arthritis or anything like that. If your OB said it was OK then you should probably trust her/his opinion or call your pharmacist and ask them.
They were first like a period but have gotten lighter in the last week. They feel like a light period and I get pins and needle like pains. They are not painful but making me a bit nervous. I am also a bit constipated so... Have anyone else felt like this and still been fine? I am scared of miscarriage.
Odds are in your favor---I know most women who have a miscarriage do just fine in the next pregnancy. But I know exactly how you feel. The first trimester was awful for me. I lived in fear every day.Pray LOTS if you are a praying person. It helps. Good luck, hun.
I'm now 6 weeks pregnant and hoping more than anything that we can hold on to this pregnancy - and honestly I hope that if I am to miscarry again it just happens spontaneously instead of going through all that again. To go to a routine first-trimester ultrasound and find that nobody's home in there...twice... pretty bad. I am sorry for your loss and hope for you that next time around you have a happier ending.
After the first trimester its no longer called a miscarriage but yes you can still lose your child. I lost mine at 5in a half months but they said he passed weeks before and I never had any symptoms. I'm taking it easy with this pregnancy but I still worry.
Got pregnant on our 2nd cycle of clomid, had a miscarriage with the first. I have been taking an over the counter general version of excedrin pm for the past year, and am concerned about the effect it could have on the babies. I had asked my dr. about it, all she said was it was Ok, that she prescribes benadryl to pregnant women all the time. Wasn't sure what that had to do with sleeping pills, but am thinking it was the diphenhydramine she was talking about.
For me, it was!! I'm 28 weeks today & have been feeling 3rd trimester symptoms I'm the last week. The second trimester is full of cool new experiences & fewer pains. I got over morning sickness, wanted to eat, craved foods, really started feeling the baby, didn't really have any aches or pains, felt much more energetic, family could begin to feel her, & it was cool to watch my belly grow before it got big & bulky. Hope this helps & good luck. I'm a first time mom, by the way.
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