Empirical studies related to miscarriage - Odds of miscarriage after 6 weeks

Empirical Studies Related To Miscarriage          Pregnant women in their first trimester should be careful and also wary of miscarriages. It has been found through empirical studies related to miscarriage that many women do not even realize when they are having a miscarriage.

For some, it may be a very painful experience and they can have severe cramping and discharge in the form of whitish liquid or even blood. Some women have no pain at all and yet the miscarriage progresses very fast in these pregnant women. More...

 

Problems Encountered By Women After Miscarriage

Problems Encountered By Women After Miscarriage

Miscarriage refers to the loss of the baby in the womb itself before it is born. Most of these miscarriages occur in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It is very difficult to establish the cause of miscarriage. Sometimes it is due to the baby not developing properly, but otherwise there may be various other causes. Whatever be the reason, it is advisable for women to take complete rest for a couple of days after the miscarriage. More...

 

How Soon Can You Try Again After A Miscarriage ?

How Soon Can You Try Again After A Miscarriage

There are so many different opinions with regards to becoming pregnant after miscarriage like the opinion of the doctor, a friend's doctor, Internet sources, mother's opinion, and the partner's opinion. That is why it becomes very difficult to take a decision. The personal opinion of the woman would be fluctuating between immediately or never again because there is a lot of grief and a feeling of failure. More...

 

Odds Of Miscarriage After 6 Weeks

Odds Of Miscarriage After 6 Weeks

People tend to have different notions regarding miscarriage. For any woman who is pregnant, a faint fear of a miscarriage would be always be there at the back of the mind and this is something that may not be discussed among family members also. So, there may be a lot of unanswered questions in the mind of the pregnant woman. More...

Rate Of Miscarriage In Pregnancy

Rate Of Miscarriage In Pregnancy

A miscarriage can be termed as loss of the fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy due to natural causes such as infections of some kind, hormonal factors or some kind of physical problems in the mother. So, what is the rate of miscarriage in pregnancy? More...

 

Rise In HCG Levels After Miscarriage

Rise In Hcg Levels After Miscarriage

Miscarriages are more common in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Common knowledge is that when there is a miscarriage, there is bleeding or there is absence of heartbeat of the baby. But how does one recognize miscarriage in the absence of these symptoms? Rising HCG levels can be helpful in determining miscarriage. This is more common in cases of blighted ovum or an early pregnancy failure especially in the early stages of pregnancy, that is from about 4 to 8 weeks of pregnancy. More...

 

Experiences Of Women After Miscarriage

Experiences Of Women After Miscarriage

The majority of miscarriages occur in the initial stage of pregnancy. Miscarriage can be a frightening experience. No one would be mentally prepared for a sudden loss, especially when they were looking forward to having an addition in the family. It is not something that is shared with everyone, just like sex or menstruation. It is only shared with someone who has also gone through the same situation. More...