Physically most women get over them within a few days/weeks. I have had 2, one at 7 weeks and one at 10. In both instances, my period came back the next month, and I felt fine within a week. However, the emotional part of it is much more complicated. I've begun to discover that grief isn't something we should expect to get beyond. It's better, for me at least, to think of it as someone I'm trying to make friends with. It has been 3 months since my last miscarriage and I still have frequent moments where it feels like my soul has been sucked out. I am trying to respect and learn from that feeling so that I can use it to help other people who are in pain. Keeping it in this perspective helps me not to sink so low that I just want to die. I hear from other people who have been through this that it gets easier, particularly after you have a baby, but you never stop thinking about it.
It can take up to 2 months.
24 weeks is not a miscarriage but premature birth. The healing process is the same as after a full term birth, 6 weeks.
you can have a miscarriage all the way to birth.
It depends on the person I bleed for 5 days after my miscarriage
Does 5 month pregnant woman take medicine for miscarriage?
You are going to increase your chances of having a miscarriage or stillbirth. It is better to take at easy.
That is very different. For some it can days and others a few hours. Others never notice it.
The fetus is passed during the bleeding of a miscarriage. If it's in the first trimester, the fetus is smaller than a prune, so would look like a large clot.
It depend on what trimester you are in. If it is the first trimester, your body will feel okay in about a week. If you have a miscarriage in the second trimester or later, you are likely to experience abdominal pain and really heavy bleeding. The body may take up to a month to heal.
Yes it can..it's called a missed abortion/miscarriage..It happened to me and the pregnancy had stopped growing at 5 weeks and here I am at 7.5 weeks..I end up having to take misoprostol to end it.
No it can not.
As long as the bleeding is settling there is no specific physical care needed after a miscarriage though you may feel emotionally fragile for quite a while as you have suffered a bereavement after all. Take care of yourself.