Miscarriage rates week pregnancy

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Avatar f tn All kinds of numbers and miscarriage rates are running around out there after a heart beat is seen, I have seen from 5 to 10% quoted. It sounds like you are doing all the right things and things are going great. Hope this helps, not sure there is an answer.
Avatar f tn I've just found out that I'm 5 weeks pregnant at 46!!!. I'm delighted and so is my husband but I'm absolutely shocked to be pregnant at all (thought it was menopause) and very worried about the miscarriage rates for this age group, which I've read is as high as 50%. I don't smoke or drink, I watch what I eat and am taking preg vitamins. All of my blood tests were great and this is baby number 7. Others are between 27 - 6 yrs.
Avatar f tn So I went to Dr's last week for my 10 week check up and fhr was 171.!!! I'm just nervous bc I've been reading some things that say where some people went back at 14 weeks and didn't hear a hb. Should I worry or am I out of the danger zone.?
782720 tn?1236125785 If you read the literature, you will see studies showing an increased risk of miscarriage associated with low heart rates, but that has not been my experience. I hope you have another scan coming up soon, if the heart rate rises into the 160-170 range within the next few weeks, I bet you will do OK. I'm pulling for you! Good luck!
Avatar f tn I visited my OBGYN on 2/18/08 for first routine OB visit. I was slightly concerned since I had been spotting for 5 days - started out brown and light pink, and now sometimes has a little bit of stringy red in it(also, I noticed a faint foul smell to this bloody discharge when I changed my pad). By my LMP (12/20/07), I should be 9 weeks today.
Avatar f tn I am running through my 7th week of pregnancy. I went to my doctor yesterday. After performing outer and vaginal USG he said the fetus has no heartbeats. Ideally it should develop heartbeats at this time. He has advised us to wait for a week and then again go for a check up. Me and my husband are very stressed and sad regarding the issue as I had one miscarriage before this too. All we need is advise and much more blessings.
2118793 tn?1342449463 Ive heard you are more fertile after a miscarriage. I'm sorry to hear about your loss and I hope your next pregnancy is a healthy smooth 9 months.
Avatar f tn I googled miscarriage rates - at age 48, the chance of m/c is 50-75 percent. On your other issues, I believe only your dr will be able to adequately answer them w/authority. With miscarriage rates this high, chances are that if there's a chromosonal abnormality, the body will miscarry it. Now women 40+ have a greater chance of a normal pregnancy than in the past - that much I know.
Avatar f tn It has been linked to higher miscarriage rates, as well as increased risk of pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes and preterm birth. Doesn't mean any of these will be a problem for you, you just have a slightly higher risk. I was very depleted of vitamin D when I had my miscarriage, not sure if that's what contributed, but I took a supplement to boost it before this pregnancy and I'm fairly high now, so supplements seem to work well.
Avatar n tn I have had one missed miscarriage where I lost the baby at about 8 weeks in Nov 2008, a chemical pregnancy that resulted in a natural miscarriage at 5 weeks 2days in Jan 2009. I am pregnant again. This time my quant was neg. for pregnancy at day 31 since LMP, after not getting a period I went back to get another blood test at day 39 LMP, my quant was 64, then 48 hours later it was 201, then 4 days later 1798.
Avatar f tn After you see the heartbeat, the risk of miscarriage drops to approximately 5%, so long as no other complications are present and there is no vaginal bleeding. You can Google miscarriage rates by week also and it will give you some good info. Good luck!
Avatar n tn The miscarriage rate is very low, given the age of the donor, likely not greater than 12%-13%. After you reach 13 weeks, it drops to 2%-3%.
1315622 tn?1286816855 Hello, I had a miscarriage with my first pregnancy and so they told me not to get excited till 12 weeks. Looks like your 12 weeks so congrats the rates of mc drop significantly at this point!!!! I am days away from 12 weeks and am SUPER excited!!!
Avatar f tn I am so sorry your going through this. First off, please let me assure you that you did nothing wrong. This is much more common then I think most women realize. In first trimester miscarriage there is rarely anything you can do to prevent or cause it. Some women have signs and symptoms, others none at all when they get the news through ultrasound.
Avatar f tn I know how you feel, i had a healthy baby boy in 2015, 2nd pregnancy ended in a missed miscarriage at our 13 week scan in March this year. (We had previously heard babys heartbeat at 8 weeks) and it was absolutely heartbreaking. I am now pregnant for the 3rd time and have been so nervous since finding out. I am 16 weeks and it was so good to hear baby still had a heartbeat at our 13 week scan. I still have so many moments of worry and anxiety.
Avatar f tn There is some data suggesting that implantation rates are lower with IVF; and miscarriage rates are higher for women with MTHFR. So, it is one of the things that REs like to treat prophyllactically. Biochemically speaking, the Folic acid theory is sound, and extra folic acid is unlikely to cause problems. Aspirin at that dosage is unlikely to "hurt" either.
Avatar f tn Just because you had one miscarriage doesn't mean y'all have another one.y first pregnancy I miscarried and I've had two little girls since then and I'm 18weeks with twins now and everything has been fine. Keep your head up hun. Miscarriages in the first pregnancy is more common then you think several ppl miscarry their fist time but have normal pregnancy after that.
541609 tn?1273879848 You usually have it as a child and have immunity to it (same chicken pox) It may increase miscarriage rates (very early on) by 1-2 % (so very small chance) as a more developed fetus it may cause fetal anemia (easy watched by a doctor and treated after birth) It did not give statistics on that just said it may.. so I'm guessing it is also a small percentage. It is also going around the schools here.
Avatar f tn / we planned the first pregnancy and while I was pg he didn't want it and put me through hell. Now he's doing it again.
Avatar f tn U/s in the 1st trimester are most accurate..any done,after that they are not b/c babies grow different..
Avatar f tn Just 13 weeks n we heard it 145 heart rate im so happy! Has anyone here heard of boy or girl heart rates?
Avatar m tn If she had an early ultrasound, like in her 7th or 8th week, it would be more helpful than one in her 22nd week, since babies can grow at different rates and this is more pronounced as time goes by. If she did have an early ultrasound, they should have given her an estimated due date based on the measurements in that ultrasound. If they did, and if the ultrasound was early, the estimated due date can be used to count backwards and see when conception might have occurred.