What are the symptoms of early miscarriage

What are the symptoms of early miscarriage

Pregnancy calls for excitement and joyfulness in the lives of would-be-parents. However, this is also the most crucial time as you need to be extra cautious. According to the survey, two out of every five pregnant women carry the chances of miscarriage.

There can be some early signs which suggest the mother about the risk of carrying the baby. While in other cases, miscarriage can happen without showing any apparent symptoms. Miscarriage can occur within first five months of pregnancy. Here are some early miscarriage symptoms listed below, which would help you take a good care of you and your baby.

Vaginal bleeding:
This is one of the major early miscarriage symptoms. The bleeding can happen constantly or intermittently for the first three months and the quantity of blood can vary depending on the weeks of pregnancy. If a mother experiences the bleeding in a small amount for 2-3 days, that doesn’t mean that she has lost her baby. This could probably be because of the inflammation or infection of the cervix. Thus, it is better to consult a doctor and give the detailed account of the symptoms your body is showing up. There would be a danger sign if you experience the followings:

Dark brown or bright red blood staining.

Clots and tissues of dark brown and bright red coming out of your vagina with the blood.

Heavy bleeding where you are made to change more than one sanitary pads in two hours.

Sudden bleeding coming in gushes.

A gradual increase in the amount of bleeding.

Lower abdominal pain:
Sometimes, lower abdominal cramp happens at the time of implantation and early gestation as your uterus adapts your pregnancy. But, a continuous pain throughout a day could be the reason of miscarriage. Abdominal pain can also be caused by vaginal bleeding happened because of the cervix and uterine contraction.

The cramps would be more severe than your regular menstruation cramps.

You would face lower back pain as well.

Continuous and persistent pain throughout the day.

Vaginal bleeding with acute pain.

If you come across any of these, you should definitely call your doctor,

Other symptoms of miscarriage:
Besides symptoms elaborated above, there are few more which would give you an indication of your miscarriage. Sometimes finding a passage of blood mixed with white or pink mucus which looks like fetal or placental tissues is also a symptom for miscarriage.

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