Miscarriages are both physically and emotionally painful.

According to ACOG, early pregnancy loss is common at 10% of pregnancies affected. Common symptoms include, bleeding and cramping of possible miscarriages. If you experience small amounts of bleeding and cramping in early pregnancy then it is relatively common. Bleeding typically stops on its own and the pregnancy will continue on normally.

Although, bleeding and cramping can also be due to an ectopic pregnancy so it is strongly encouraged to see your OB/GYN speciialist immediately to be sure.

During the first 12 weeks, if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, immediately walk-in to our 24/7 GYN Emergent Care Center for an examination.

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