As the fetus, placenta and lining of the womb come away, the bleeding you experience may be heavy or clotted at times. If the bleeding is heavy you may feel faint and it would be advisable to seek medical help quickly, with a relative or friend to accompany you to hospital.
Your pregnancy hormones, will begin to fall, although the rate varies from woman to woman. Once your bleeding stops, your hormones should gradually return to normal. You may be monitored to make sure this is the case.
Finally, you will also find that other pregnancy symptoms, such as nausea or breast tenderness, also fade away.
Miscarriage may bring mental as well as physical toll on your wellbeing but however. help and support are available so do make sure you ask your midwife or GP if you feel you need to talk to somebody about your experience in the days and weeks afterwards.
ℹLast reviewed on August 1st, 2016. Next review date August 1st, 2019.
By Joy (not verified) on 29 May 2019 - 16:15
I have miscarriage last 3weeks ago and I'm having some stomach noise what is the cos or is it baby in side my stomach pls answer no insult
By Nkosana gwegwana (not verified) on 19 May 2019 - 07:27
we recently experienced a miscarriage in less than seven weeks, this is the second miscarriage. Is this normal or a cause for concern.
By maria bryce (not verified) on 14 May 2019 - 16:34
What happens to the body weight after a miscarriage. Does your body return back to normal size? Is it also true depending on the shape of the uterus after a miscarriage it then pushes the uterus forward. The pregnancy after having a miscarriage the uterus or baby bump sticks out giving the illusion that the mother is further along then preceived?