Every year in the U.S. hundreds of thousands of women have miscarriages. A miscarriage is when the pregnancy ends before 24 weeks of carrying the fetus. Usually there is no proven method of preventing miscarriages.
• Overexertion And Miscarriage
• Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
• Healthy Pregnancy And Miscarriage
• Ovulation After Miscarriage
• Pregnancy After Miscarriage
• Signs Of Miscarriage
• Miscarriage And Ultram
Miscarriage First Aid
When a woman loses a fetus prior to 20 weeks of gestation, it is known as a miscarriage. Usually, miscarriages occur spontaneously when the fetus is not developing normally. Around 15 percent of pregnancies are ended due to miscarriages, especially prior to the twelfth week of pregnancy. In some women, miscarriages even occur before they are aware about the pregnancy. Regardless of when the miscarriage takes place, knowing how to provide first aid to the affected woman can her before she is taken to the hospital. More...
• Causes Of Repeated Miscarriages
• Miscarriage Prevention
• What Does Miscarriage Tissue Look Like ?
• What To Do After A Miscarriage ?
Ectopic Pregnancy Stages
After fertilization of the egg takes place, it begins moving towards the uterus. In the uterus, the fertilized egg attaches to the wall of the uterus. This is what happens in a normal pregnancy. However, in an ectopic pregnancy, the normal attachment of the fertilized egg does not take place. The fertilized egg instead attaches itself somewhere else instead of the uterus. This is what is known as an ectopic pregnancy. More...
• Can An Ectopic Pregnancy Be Saved ?
• Dangers Of An Ectopic Pregnancy
• Symptoms Of Rupture With Ectopic Pregnancy
• Where Can Ectopic Pregnancys Occur ?
Signs Of Molar Pregnancy
Molar pregnancy is caused due to fertilization malfunctions that cause the growth of a tumor in the uterus with or without the fetal tissue. In simple words, the tissue that is to grow into a fetus grows to be an abnormal growth. In the initial stages of pregnancy, one may experience the normal signs of pregnancy. However, eventually anytime between 6 and 12 weeks spotting or even heavy bleeding will occur. The discharge can either be brownish or bright red may be intermittent or continuous, heavy or light.
During molar pregnancy the uterus of the woman may grow faster than usual. Abdominal swelling and severe nausea are the regular symptoms. In case the molar pregnancy is not diagnosed, few women before mid-pregnancy may develop preeclampsia. However, such cases are very rare; as ultrasound diagnoses a molar pregnancy in the early stages itself. More...
• Can Molar Pregnancy Happen More Then Once ?
• What Is Molar Pregnancy ?