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i was having a 5 weeks and 5 days but do not have any baby in it and a few spotting with blot clot

By June 11, 2011 - 8:05am
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i was just wondering i was 5 weeks and 5 days pregnant and u/s can't see anything inside my sac...since i was also bleeding she suggest me to drink daphaston and duvadilan how do i know if i already have my miscarriage?they told me that my baby is still a blood thats why i need to go to the doctor after 2 weeks to check the fetus ..i was really scared because i also have spotted bleeding and small brown and sometimes red blood clot..do i already have miscarriage?pls answer this question

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Hi pinkysh19,
Some women have miscarriages and don't know....it is because we may have a bad period (per say) and perhaps extra blood loss but would assume it is our period. Have you experienced any abnormal bleeding? Have you been back to the doctor?

Thank you for the additional information.


June 11, 2011 - 9:03am
(reply to Anonymous)

what do you mean by abnormal bleeding?she told me if i bleed heavily to be able to fill the napkin i need to call her immediately. right now i don't experience any heavy bleeding just a spotting with blood clots

June 11, 2011 - 12:32pm
(reply to pinkyish19)

"Abnormal bleeding" is any type of bleeding that is not typical or "normal" for most women, most of the time.

"Normal" has a wide range of definitions, but typically women "normally" experience bleeding that is 3-5 days long, once per cycle, and this bleeding has some heavy days, as well as some light days. Normal bleeding can be thicker, have clumps, or be thin. The color can be any combination of red, pink or brown.

If the bleeding you are experiencing is not within this normal range, then this is when you know you may have "abnormal" or "irregular' bleeding. Your doctor is right: if you bleed heavily enough to soak through more than one pad or tampon in an hour, you need to call her immediately.

June 12, 2011 - 12:44pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

what do you think is the problem i also having severe pain in my abdominal and backpain is it the sign of having a miscarriage even do i didn't i didn't bleed so many

June 12, 2011 - 2:17pm
(reply to pinkyish19)

If you are experiencing severe pain, it is important to call your doctor first thing in the morning. If it is severe enough to disrupt your sleep, you may need to go the emergency room tonight.

If you were over 5 weeks pregnant with confirmed pregnancy tests, and now your doctor is saying that there is no longer a fetus that is viable, your body will have a miscarriage. Some women need assistance in making sure all of the extra tissue is removed after a miscarriage, but only your doctor (after medical exam) would be able to tell you this information. If you are experiencing severe pain, you need to call your doctor to make sure you are progressing okay. From my understanding, you should be experiencing cramping, but not severe pain. It is important to ask your doctor what you should expect when you call tomorrow.

I am so sorry you are going through this right now. Please keep us updated tomorrow.

June 12, 2011 - 8:16pm
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