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    Default Cramps with mc?

    Hi ladies. From experience does a mc always come with bad cramps? I'm 5.5 weeks. Tmi warning. Had a rush of red blood at 5.1 and then light bleeding again last night. My hcg was 53900 on Friday but my nurse said my estrogen and prog had dropped a bit. My last mc at 4.3weeks I had extreme cramping. Any exper

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    *experiences would be appreciated.

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    I had a few days of light spotting before an ultrasound. Ultrasound confirmed miscarriage and by that evening I had heavy bleeding and at times bad cramping as everything passed. I would expect there to be cramping if you lose the sac and everything. I would see if your dr will give you a scan if you don't have anymore bleeding.

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    This is from FET so am on hormone supps. Scan on 6th another bt tomorrow.

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    I've never had cramping with blood loss until much further into the mc - ie. 3-4 days after bleeding started. My doctor would always say - mc only happen when bleeding is coupled with cramping, but I've had a few missed mc now with bleeding sometimes not starting for a week or so after the baby being passed, and on the flip side I've also had bleeding and cramping and gone on to have a healthy baby. The only way to tell unfortunately is via u/s and blood tests. Hoping all the best for you. x

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    After my u/s whit no hb I had very light spotting for 3 days which then got heavier. I had slight cramping but quite a bit of lower back pain. I was expecting pain to be much worse.

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    Thanks ladies. So far I've had no pain. Give me a bit of hope. Bloods tomorrow so hopefully my hcg is still rising.


 

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