Missed Miscarriage Signs
A miscarriage is a pregnancy that ends spontaneously before 20 weeks of pregnancy, when the fetus has no chance of living independently outside the womb. Â After 20 weeks, pregnancy loss is considered a stillbirth. Around three to four weeks your unborn baby will be developing rather quickly with already containing formed organs, spine, nervous system and tissue.Â This stage of your pregnancy is titled the embryonic phase and will last throughout your eighth week.Â Although it's common for a woman to miss her period every now and then, a consistently irregular menstrual cycle is the most common sign of fertility problems in women. It could also suggest an underlying condition that may not necessarily lead to infertility.
It is very common to experience a threatened abortion in the first trimester of your pregnancy. Actually, 25-30% of all pregnancies have some bleeding occur during the pregnancy. It is comforting to know that less than one half of these women end up having a miscarriage. A possible miscarriage can also be seen in a pelvic ultrasound. If development is continuing, the possibility of miscarriage is lessened, but when the heart rate of the child slows or is absent, this may be an indictor that something is wrong. During the embryonic phase, your appetite will increase dramatically.Â You will find yourself reacting to foods differently as compared to when you were not pregnant.Â Some particular types of foods may make you nauseous.
Amenorrhea or missing period, is a strong infertility pointer. Amenorrhea occurs to women only before their womanhood ( the pre adolescence time where the girl does not have her period yet) , when you are pregnant or during the menopause. At all other stages of a woman's life, she is supposed to have her period,more or less regular, but it is supposed to be there. Remember that this is early in the pregnancy and you can only test positive after a few days. A great number of women however get an early miscarriage. This means that you can have all the signs of pregnancy such as cramps but later on start bleeding and your menstruation comes.
The earliest pregnancy symptoms include abdominal cramping that feels like menstrual cramps. This cramping is not, however, associated with menstrual bleeding. Instead of that, you might experience light vaginal spotting or mucus discharge. This very light bleeding occurs a bit earlier than your expected normal periods. While there are many reasons you may miss a menstrual period - stress, illness, excessive exercise, reactions to foods or medications - this can be a classic sign of pregnancy. In our rush-rush modern world, it's not unusual to be dead tired at the end of a busy day. Fatigue is different - a feeling of lethargy and exhaustion that seems to happen no matter your level of activity or time of day.
It should be talked about openly so that women who experience miscarriage do not feel a moment of fear. As with the process of giving birth, women who are educated and prepared for their birth experience will often report a more positive birth experience due to a higher understanding of their bodies natural processes.