Miscarriage is a term used for a pregnancy that ends on its own, within the first 20 weeks of gestation (being carried in the womb).
Here are some symptoms of a potential miscarriage:
- Bleeding greater than your typical menstrual period.
- Cramping pain in your pelvis, lower back and lower abdomen.
- A gush of warm liquid from your vagina.
- The passage of true tissue from your vagina.
- Inability to demonstrate the beating of baby’s heart on a sonogram after six or more weeks of life.
If you experience any of these symptoms, please immediately call your doctor or go to the nearest Emergency Room for care.
Should you have a miscarriage, we understand this is a loss. Please allow yourself to grieve through this loss. We are always here to help.