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what are the other signs of misscarriage?

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Till how many months decidual bleeding occurs and how does it looks like heavy or light bleeding? i have got period like bleeding and cramp...im wondering whether i had a miscarriage or just normal bleeding ..and what are the other signs of misscarriage?


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replied January 4th, 2012
Miscarriage and Stillbirth Answer A30000
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Decidual bleeding is shedding of the uterine lining during early pregnancy.Though it is somewhat similar to menstrual bleeding but since it is associated with cramps it might be suggestive of even miscarriage.Some other symptoms which may or may not be present in miscarriage are back pain with severe cramps,brown or bright red bleeding,passage of clots.
I would recomend you to get HCG level(hormone)estimation done which rises during pregnancy but in miscarriage it declines gradually and also a USG scan would help in knowing the status of pregnancy.
A pelvic examination would further help in diagnosis.It is difficult to give exact diagnosis without evaluation.Kindly visit your Gynaecologist earliest for evaluation.
Take care!


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