Typical symptoms of miscarriage include:
- vaginal bleeding (moderate to severe, with loss of blood clots and tissue)
- pulling, labor-like abdominal pain
- possibly a slight fever (up to 38 ° C)
- Departure of amniotic fluid (late abortion)
If you notice such signs, you should contact your gynecologist or gynecological clinic immediately.
Often the miscarriage goes unnoticed
In most cases, a miscarriage is not perceived as such. Rather, the most common outbreak within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, for many women, seems like a seemingly late and especially heavy menstruation.
Cervical dysfunction typically leads to a painless and laborless miscarriage.
How to recognize a threatened miscarriage?
Author: Dr. Hubertus Glaser