I'm having a little cramping after having a miscarriage should I go to a hospital?
Only if they are very bad. Cramps after/during a miscarriage are normal
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Cramping in early pregnancy is very normal, a lot of women feel like their period is going to start at any minute. the first trimester is stressful like that with all the diff…erent things going on, once you hear or see the heartbeat the chance of miscarriage goes way down. ~pawsalmighty
Answer . I STARTED HAVE BROWN SPOTTING AT 12 WEEKS WITH NO CRAMPS I WENT IN FOR AN ULTRA SOUND AND FOUND OUT THE BABY DIED A 7 WEEKS 6 DAYS . THEN 4 MONTHS LATER HAD A CHEM…ICAL PREGNANCY. NOW THREE MONTHS AFTER THAT I AM 4 WEEKS 4DAYS PREGNANT AND AM HAVING BROWN SPOTTING I WENT FOR A BLOOD TEST AND A NEXT ONE TWO DAYS LATER AND MY HCG LEVELS HAVE DROPPED MEANING I AM HAVING ANOTHER MISCARRIAGE. I WOULD CHECK WITH YOUR DR. CAUSE AFTER HEARING WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT SPOTTING BROWN THEY HAVE GONE ON WITH A NORMAL PREGNANCY. I GUESS AM NOT ONE OF THE LUCKY
Yes, cramping CAN be a sign of miscarriage. It could also be a sign of something else. If you experience cramping during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it. …Answer I have been pregnant 4 times, 2 miscarriages, and 2 healthy babys came from my pregnancies. I had cramping with my two successful ones and no cramping until after heavy bleeding with my miscarriages. Cramping can be a normal sign of pregnancy, if it is accompanied by bleeding you should consult your doctor.
Usually you dont stay in the hospital if you miscarry, when i miscarried i went home from the OBGYN. They said to let nature run its course.
Answer . Generally, the cramping of miscarriage is of greater severity than even menstrual cramps. They tend to come in waves, accompanied by an increase in blood loss. Als…o, what you lose may be more solid than is usual in a period. Bleeding and the cramping will increase over a period of time.
You should first call your doctor and find out what he or she says. Then you will need to rest, drink a lot of fluids and do whatever else your doctor reccomends. Check out th…is article about coping after a miscarriage:. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/752151/resources_and_ideas_for_those_trying.html
To :- 1. try to save the life of the child. 2. To find out why you are having a miscarriage. 3. If the baby dies in hospital, you cannot be accused of hiding anything, o…r get charged with manslaughter or whatever (unless you have tried to procure an abortion.) 4. Both mother and child will receive better treatment. 5. It makes it official. 6. Don't forget the father - both go if you can.
You should take her to a veterinarian immediately, along with anything she has already lost. Miscarriages, particularly late-term miscarriages, tend to be due to infection tha…t needs to be addressed. There can also be internal bleeding or damage that needs to be repaired to save the mother's life.
You should be seeing a counselor or therapist to help you through the grieving process. If you cannot afford one, contact your local mental health association for referrals to… programs that provide help on a sliding scale or for free.
sometimes it could mean that but its best to contact your docter and ask questions. i cramped like that but turns out that everything was fine.
This is normal, if you have not started your period yet it means that you are really close to having it, I get it all the time and i don't have my period, so hand on!! Carry s…ome pads/sanitary towels with you or just where one.
You should go to the hospital
Possibly but unlikely, It depends were your cramps are and howoften you have them. I advice you to see your doctor for this problem.
Go see your doctor or the ER.
Muscle cramp can occur at any age.