What does a miscarriage look like?


Signs of a miscarriage vary greatly from person to person, and in some people, it might even go unnoticed. Some of the common symptoms that can set off the red light are; light constant bleeding, pain similar to severe cramping, tender breasts, disappearance of pregnancy nausea, a feeling of “emptiness, spotting etc. It is advised that you visit your doctor regularly so that you can diagnose any problems early.
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Possible miscarriage symptoms are: Low back pain or abdominal pain; Tissue or clot-like material that passes from the vagina; Vaginal bleeding, with or without abdominal cramps.
Miscarriages have two main signs are cramping and bleeding.
Early miscarriages may look like a heavy period with usually the foetus inside. To avoid miscarriages, you should start prenatal care as soon as possible, take your medicine, and ensure you eat a well balanced diet. You should see a doctor if you are currently bleeding but are not sure it's a miscarriage.
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