Responses

  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    I don't have experience sadly... but I will say ummm that you can do it mommy to be! I'm now 5 weeks 2 days into my first but I believe in you! :)
  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    no experience but take it easy for a few days and listen to your body mama! don't be afraid to bug your doctor if you feel there's a real pronlem
  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    no experience but take it easy for a few days and listen to your body mama! don't be afraid to bug your doctor if you feel there's a real problem
  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    I've had a misscarraige back in February and I think part of it was because I overworked myself and did a lot of lifting, do not lift anything don't put any pressure on your uterus. You'll be okay as long as you're not having severe pains along with the bleeding, severe pains will feel like your worst menstrual cramps, only way worse than that.
  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    Keep off your feet!! Pelvic rest.
  • 8 months ago

    RE: Threatened Miscarriage

    Hey, ma'am. Frankly speaking, its terrible situation. You shouldn't be afraid of it, because I am sure, that all will be OK. For your supporting I can advise you an article, that has helped my aunt after miscarriage - https://www.drprix.com/how-long-does-it-take-to-get-pregnant-after-miscarriage.html . She has found forces in you for one more trying, and she has a son now. So, hope it will help you, and your child will be healthy one.
  • RE: Threatened Miscarriage

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