I think it is all in the mind. After i had both my children i still had the feeling of a baby moving around. I think your body and mind both get used to the feeling.
No, it's the baby moving
A fetus can die inside you but not come out so then it is still a miscarriage. You have to see the doctor if you suspect a miscarriage.
Usually a miscarriage happens because the baby passed away, before any cramping or bleeding started.
Yes. You can have a miscarriage at any stage during pregnancy. However there is a cut off where the baby becomes classed as a 'baby' (if you will) once this stage is passed a miscarriage is classed as still birth.
you usually wont have a miscarriage after your first trimester (third month) after that you would just have a still born baby.
Sometimes, it depends on how far along you are. I had a previous miscarriage and I was able to see the baby in the amniotic sac. My sister-in-law had a miscarriage, and she was able to see a very small perfect little baby. So, yes, it is possible to see the baby.l
You need to seek medical attention as soon as possible. Even though you have a miscarriage it doesn't mean your body removed everything from the pregnancy. If you still have part of the placenta or baby inside your uterus it could cause severe infections.
Yes. He just let the miscarriage have it's course. Miscarriage is very common and women have babies after that.
yes, so you can see if your are still able to have a baby
Yes, although around that time the term changes to 'pre-term birth' as it is possible for a baby to survive if born alive. It is less common to lose a baby in this stage of pregnancy than in the first three months.
yes and no cause if you have a miscarriage then you don't but otherwise no not possible!! A baby is never in the stomach. It is in the uterus and that makes the belly protrude. The stomach is full of stomach acid.