5 Signs of Early Miscarriage You Should Never Ignore
It may not be a topic people feel comfortable talking about openly, but the loss of a pregnancy is actually incredibly common. According to the Mayo Clinic, between 10 to 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage, most occurring before the 12th week. Worried about physical changes you're experiencing? Below, a few symptoms you should never ignore during your first three months of pregnancy.
While pain or cramping in your abdomen or pelvic area is common with your monthly cyclebeforepregnancy, it's not a good sign afterward: Some aches and pains are normal, but it's best to get checked out by your doctor if you're experiencing discomfort, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Seeing spotting or bleeding — especially if it progresses from light to heavy — can be scary. While it can be a sign of a miscarriage, that's not always the case. According to the experts at UC Davis, some kinds of discharge are common during pregnancy — brown discharge, for example, may actually be old blood passing through — but it's best to get examined by your doctor just in case.
Some backaches during pregnancy are common, but it's good to make an appointment to get checked out either way.
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