Should you be worried if you are 6 weeks pregnant with little nausea but had bad nausea with your past 2 miscarriages?
Nothing is certain but I would try not to worry. If you miscarry again you definitely need to get checked out as there may be some little thing preventing you carrying a pregnancy. Good Luck
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Answer . ~~I had a miscarriage 1 1/2 years ago and it was simply slight spotting, and there were no cramps involved. A very quiet and painless miscarriage. I am 7 weeks pr…egnant again and noticed the same spotting as last time, and it freaked me out! I went in today for an emergency ultrasound and everything was fine : ) We saw our little baby and her heartbeat. If there is any sort of spotting I would call the doctor and try my best to get in there to make sure everything is ok. The best thing you can do is just try not to worry so much, stay strong for that baby!~~. Answer . \nI would contact your doctor immediately but I had some light red bleeding today and am six weeks pregnant - I was terrified. I called my hospital - I did IVF with ICSI and they called me in for a scan. I'd already had a scan two days ago which showed a strong heartbeat and a really good embryo. The scan showed the bleeding was about to stop, go brown and everything was fine. I was told just to keep calm and after they've found a heartbeat (strong) there's a 96% chance you'll keep the baby. Apparently it's common to bleed around six weeks and its normally implatation bleeding (if your baby has a heartbeat). Obviously you should still see your doctor immediately incase things aren't OK but it may well be fine. The real problem is if you have heavy red blood - like a normal day of a period and/or clotted red blood but always check it out. Hope it's OK for you.
Answer . WELL, I AM DUE ANY DAY AND I HAD THE SAME FEELINGS. NOW, THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION IS YES, IT IS NORMAL.
8 weeks pregnant but have had really bad pains - like period pain - you are not bleeding but you are worried you have had a miscarriage Should you be worried about the stomach pains?
8 weeks pregnant with pain . Any bad pains during pregnancy are cause for concern - especially this early on. Contact your doctor, medi-center or emergency room immediately…. Answer Hi I have heard that in early pregnancy you get period pains and It is OK they shouldn't be really bad one's but just get checked out at the doctors If you are worried. I heard you get them because it stretching so they can be room for the baby I forgot what they call it is it cervix I'm not sure.. My Answer. Please go get checked just to be safe. I cramped and someone told me that it was normal but I was in the process of miscarrying. I had headaches and was extremely tired and sick to my stomach and the pains weren't located in the cervix, they were higher up like in the uterus. At weeks, you shouldn't be hurting like that.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nSorry to hear the previous case! Congratulations on your pregnancy and good luck! Take care of yourselves and I know it is hard but don't worry…!Relax and enjoy how fantastic!!! It will be fine,and keep us updated ....xxx\n. \n Answer \n. \nOf course, you WILL worry, you are only human. If you DO miscarry again at 12 weeks (which is unusual) get your hormones checked. This happened to my sister-in-law and what happened was her placenta did not take over soon enough producing hormones from the ovary and she needed extra hormones to get her over the danger period. She now has 5 children.
Answer . I'm afraid so! I started feeling as sick as a dog at just 3 and a half weeks. My doctor assured me it was perfectly OK and happens because of all the hormone and p…hysical changes. I had other symptoms of pregnancy too, such as faintness and terrible headaches, again I was assured that all was OK.
Answer . Try lying down or eating plain foods like crackers and such, and also drink soem carbenated water if you have any
yes, you can have nausea as soon as 14 days after conseption
Yes You can, The nausea and visible signs usually begin a month into pregancy.. so 3 weeks is very normal.
no it is quite normal consult your gynaecologist she would prescribe u some vitamins etc. as per ur body requirement
If you have nausea in the mornings you very well could be pregnant.
I am 38th Week pregnant. My due date is 23rd November. I am still getting vomittings daily. Doc has adviced me to take Rekool D and I have been taking that from 1st trimest…er and now the capsul has stopped working on me. I am still doing vomittings daily and it is getting very painful. Usually if the baby has a lot of hair then would be mothers vomit.
Im not due for period until next week but have had nausea for the past 2 days mild case of cramps and semi sore breasts Could I possibly be pregnant?
no it happens to me most of the time, that's you hormones acting up and getting ready for your menstrual cycle
Pregnancy symptoms are different for every person. Some women notice less symptoms in their 2nd, 3rd and so on, pregnancies and some women never have morning sickness, tender …breats, etc. If you feel that there is cause for concern it is best to consult your doctor who has your medical history to give you the best answer for your personal situation.
Yes, some women do experience nausea as early as 2 weeks after conception.
I'm not sure if it's common, but I have been experiencing nausea on & off since my miscarriage about 8 days ago. I'm already getting negative pregnancy tests but perhaps my ho…rmones are still a bit off.
The best advice would be to see a board certified (ask them) headache specialist who is specially trained in the diagnosis and management of headache disorders. Headache and n…ausea are symptoms and can indicate any of hundreds of things going on that may or may not need to be addressed. Only a physician who is familiar with your history will be able to help you appropriately.