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Is this an early miscarriage? (WARNING Graphic pic) *Title edited by MNHQ*

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namechange42476 · 28/10/2019 09:24

Freaking out. What just came out of me?

Is this an early miscarriage? (WARNING Graphic pic) *Title edited by MNHQ*
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weymouthswanderingmermaid · 28/10/2019 09:31

Sorry if it's an silly question, but did you know when you were pregnant?
When I was pregnant with DC2, I passed what was convinced the sac when I was about 9weeks, after a few episodes of quite severe bleeding. It wasn't and all was ok in the end, thankfully.
Go to an EPU, good luck ThanksThanks

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aLilNonnyMouse · 28/10/2019 09:32

When was your last period? It would take 8 weeks for a feotus to reach the size of a kidney bean (which seems similar size to your picture).

If you've been having a regular period it's more likely to just be a giant clot. They can reach the size of a tennis ball, though that tends to be on the more extreme side.

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namechange42476 · 28/10/2019 09:33

No I didn’t even think I was pregnant I would have no idea, my periods are usually irregular so no clue. I had loads of pain last night, like I get tramadol prescribed for back pain and it usually is a miracle worker but I took it for my cramps last night and it was still really painful

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namechange42476 · 28/10/2019 09:33

Sorry sounds so silly but I’ve never bothered tracking my periods because they just come and go as they please so I didn’t see the point

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St0pTryingT0MakeFetchHappen · 28/10/2019 09:34

If you were pregnant you may still have HCG high enough to give a +ve test. So worth doing one.

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namechange42476 · 28/10/2019 09:38

Okay that’s good to know! I’ll get one thank you

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NoSauce · 28/10/2019 09:41

Looks like it could be tissue that you would pass during a period albeit thicker than normal, I’ve had similar OP and wasn’t pregnant. Test to put your mind at rest though if you need to.

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Vampyress · 28/10/2019 09:52

If you are 6 weeks onwards they can give you a scan to make sure the sac is still there. I bled whilst passing a stool with my 2nd dc and within 2 hours was in the scan room. I'm in the uk, I called the NHS 111 service, was sent to the nearest doctors and seen within 10 minutes and similar again at the hospital. My boy is now 2 and a half so please don't panic and get seen Flowers

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Sophdarwin · 21/12/2021 17:56

Hiya I’m in a similar situation somthing similar to that came out of me. Did you ever find out what it was? x

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sheiselectric · 21/12/2021 18:02

I had something similar come out of me yeeears ago. I 100% knew I was not pregnant as was not sexually active. The doctor sent it off and apparently the lining of the uterous had not broken down properly and just came out in a clump. It really hurt too. I think it was a deciduel cast

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sheiselectric · 21/12/2021 18:02

Oops just noticed this is an old thread

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Aliyana · 08/03/2022 15:39

Please did you also pass this type of tissue before going on to give birth ?

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California620 · 21/04/2022 22:48

Hello Girls!! I got severe pain under my back. After the pain in my back a piece came out, it had never happened to me before, it is a bit hard but strange to feel when I went down.
¿I would like to know if this has happened to someone? ... I am very scared i dont know if is abortion!

Is this an early miscarriage? (WARNING Graphic pic) *Title edited by MNHQ*
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