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A miscarriage is the loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks’ gestation. Babies born before 20 weeks do not have developed enough lungs to survive. Most miscarriages happen before week 12. If you have a.
What To Expect During a Natural Miscarriage For women who choose a natural miscarriage, what to expect physically depends on the specifics of the situation. In a very early miscarriage, the miscarriage will look and feel physically like a heavy, cramping menstrual period, possibly with more clots than usual and a slightly longer bleeding time. Instead of opting for a hospital visit and invasive D&C, I chose to have a natural miscarriage and let nature take its course at home.
D&C stands for “dilation and curettage”. It is a surgical technique where a doctor forcibly dilates the cervix and clears the uterine lining using an instrument called a curette. A fast miscarriage can be really shocking and frightening once the process begins to happen. If it is your first pregnancy and you have no idea what to expect it can be especially frightening.
Pain can quite quickly reach a level beyond anything you have experienced before (each person’s level of pain is individual). Thank you for sharing your story publicly. No one talks about this. Women should.
I was pretty young when I had my first pregnancy/first miscarriage/natural miscarriage. That shit is scary. I have had a couple and did do the D & C one of the times.
Both ways suck. And to be honest f. A miscarriage is when an embryo or fetus is expelled from the uterus before 20 weeks gestation.
Often, the first sign this is happening is heavy bleeding accompanied by abdominal or back pain and cramping. Only fair to say this might be hard for anyone to read who might be in the middle of a threatened miscarriage. I have been reading through some messages here and am astonished about how many women who manage miscarriage at home are told it will be “like a heavy period” and then experience something more like labour & childbirth.
If you miscarry naturally or with medication, you will probably complete the miscarriage at home. The process may be over quickly or may take several days. If you are less than eight weeks pregnant when the miscarriage occurs, the expelled tissue will look no different from heavy menstrual bleeding.
If it is an early miscarriage, it may be like a heavy period for the first day or so, and go on for a week or two afterwards. It should lessen and may become brown. It’s best to use sanitary towels rather than tampons, which can increase the risk of infection. If you feel faint, go to A&E. At 8 weeks, you can expect a miscarriage to be bloodier, fleshier, and more painful than at 6 weeks.
If you are open to pain medication, call your doctor, tell them what’s happening, and ask for a prescription. Send someone to get it for you.
List of related literature:
|from The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition|
|from Medical-surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach|
|from Health Assessment and Physical Examination|
|from Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine E-Book|
|from Linda Page’s Healthy Healing: A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone|
|from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth|
|from Joints and Connective Tissues: General Practice: The Integrative Approach Series|
|from Miracles and Other Reasonable Things: A Story of Unlearning and Relearning God|
|from A Complete Guide to Homeopathic Remedies|