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    Default Pain while miscarrying

    Hi all,
    I found out today that my bub had stopped growing at 7 weeks. I started
    Bleeding on Saturday and had a scan today (I should have been 9 weeks).
    I've had a miscarriage before at 8 weeks but apart from some cramping
    It wasn't to painful.
    It has started to ramp up but this time I feel like I'm having contractions, has anyone else had this?

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    Ive just finished my mc. I have never given birth so I dont know about contractions but I had dull all over ache for days with the occasional sharp cramp

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    When the bleeding was only light it
    Felt like cramps but now that I'm passing clots they feel more like contractions :/

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    Now that I've had contractions I can say that when I m/c at 6 weeks, my cramping definitely felt like contractions. Painful enough to stop me from being able to walk and I was in tears with the pain.

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    Yep when I had a mc at 7 weeks the pain was like contractions. I was in so much pain I couldn't move out of bed. Once I passed all the tissue the pain stopped.

    Hugs to you xx

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    Thanks all, once I seemed to pass all the clots last night the pain eased off, I'm just really tired and a bit sore today

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    I'm so very sorry to see you here, StormAngel. You've already been through so much! I hope your miscarriage passes quickly and with minimal pain.


 

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