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... beige tissue i passed which you could see blood vessels inside it. It was very horrible. ... (5 replies)
... I think I may have just experienced a very early miscarriage. ... (43 replies)
Sep 2, 2005
... I think I may have just experienced a very early miscarriage. ... (8 replies)

... I believe I had a miscarriage and began bleeding on December 15. I wasn't due for af until about December 20 or so. I have pretty regular cycles. ... (6 replies)
... hello mommyof3under4, I am sorry for your loss as well. If you don't mind me asking, are you having a D&C in order to remove the remaining tissue? I wonder if I will need one as well? It IS a difficult thing to go through, and it does help to know that it is common and I am not alone. I just thank God for the little angel baby that I do have. Take care, Rachel (6 replies)
... If the miscarriage is early enough and the embryo has passed then the cervix will be closed. It closes quite quickly once the uterine contents are emptied. ... (3 replies)
... I pass clots during my menstrual cycle normally. A miscarriage even a very early one is typically very crampy. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds very much like you had a miscarriage and by the sounds of it you were between 5 and 6 weeks. I have never been on BC but I have never heard of anyone who has gone through what you have. ... (6 replies)
... I believe you are pregnant and you may or may not be miscarrying. I highly recommend that you go to the doctor to have HCGs done. They can tell you whether or not your numbers are going up or down. They'll draw blood and then two days later draw blood again. If the number is doubling then your pregnancy is continuing if they go down your pregnancy is ending and you may need a... (9 replies)
... lasting painful cramps, huge blood clots, pass tissue, etc. If I had any bloodclots they were very very small, maybe the size of a peppercorn or something. Nothing large. I've never been pregnant either. ... (6 replies)
... I finally understand what they mean by missed miscarriage aswell now, as i thought that meant that you miscarried without realising that you're even pregnant.... like an early miss or whatever they call it. ... (25 replies)
... I think you should test again. Since you already have a history of low hcg levels i think it might be possible you never lost your baby or you were carrying twins. Did you ever pass any tissue? If you didn't I would say it's a big possibility you are still pregnant. (2 replies)
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... along with the very dark red clots. ... (2 replies)
... wednesday, i started getting terrible cramps and felt like i was going to start my period. thursday when i went to the bathroom to to pee, i began to spot very slightly but only when i wipped. same thing for friday except it began to get pinker and i noticed to brigth red dots on the tissue. ... (4 replies)
Apr 24, 2006
... That's what I thought. I dont understand how I could still be pregnant when my body is expelling all of this. :( Its like a full-blown period now. I'veheard of people still getting their periods while they're pregnant, but that doesn't make any sense to me... (5 replies)
Apr 24, 2006
... if there was tissue with your you could very well have had an early miscarriage.that early on they would not have been able to see anything on an ultraound. but i am not a dr. ... (5 replies)
... A LOT of red blood, because as many of us who have experienced a miscarriage know.... this is not always the case! ... (9 replies)
Molar Pregnancies
Mar 16, 2006
... or dactynomycin. If you ahve a chice, I highly recommend the mtheotrexate as the dactinomycin is much more caustic. If it gets outside the vein, it can cause the tissue to die and cuase you to have surgery to remove the dead tissue, resulting in severe scarring. ... (13 replies)
... it can't be left in there for too long, and there's nothing you can do at this point. Maybe they are just waiting for the miscarriage to finish on it's own. ... (20 replies)

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