is it okay to have really bad cramping and light bleeding after a miscarriage

Ashley - posted on 03/13/2014 ( 7 moms have responded )

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i took a pregnancy test this year of march 10th, 2014. which turned out positive.and i was only a week and a half pregnant then. after that my stomach was hurting for two days. and on march 12th, 2014; i had a miscarriage later that night around ten pm i peed out my baby.my aunt told me i be fine not going to the doctors and i'll just pee the baby out. and i did...i woke up the next morning bleeding and in pain. the pain was really bad where i was crying in school the next day.what should i do? and im only 17.. this was my first baby and i didnt know what to d

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Ashley - posted on 03/14/2014

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planned parenthood takes insurance card and i dont have one on me cause my parents have it. im having my boyfriend take me to a place called taylor teen center just down the road from us.

Jodi - posted on 03/13/2014

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Ho0w much bleeding. Just because you've miscarried (and by the way, you do not "pee" the baby out - anyone who thinks a baby comes out where you pee shouldn't be having sex) doesn't mean the uterus has sorted itself out. You may actually need a D & C. Go and see a doctor just to be on the safe side.

Miranda - posted on 03/13/2014

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I would go see your doctor. Always good to get things checked after a miscarriage.

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Ashley - posted on 03/14/2014

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at first there was alot of blood and now its just light but its really bright.and my parents never gave me a sex talk either.

Miranda - posted on 03/13/2014

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I'm certain a free clinic...like a Planned Parenthood would do an exam...and they would be able to provide you with a birth control option...the Depo shot is convenient if it is hard to remember taking a pill..and while I don't advise you to keep things from your parent...this route might be a better option if you can't go to them. And Going anywhere to get checked is better than nothing. Better to be safe than sorry. Hopefully all goes well...

Ashley - posted on 03/13/2014

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Also i dont live with my parents. and they dont know. would i be able to go to a free health clinic and see?

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