What Does A Chemical Pregnancy Feel Like? And What Causes These Miscarriages?

What Does A Chemical Pregnancy Feel Like? And What Causes These Miscarriages?


Hi everyone, it’s Maureen from Mosie Baby. In our last video we talked about what a chemical
pregnancy is and if you haven’t seen it we’ll post a link below. Today we’re gonna talk about what a chemical
pregnancy feels like and possible causes. To see more videos like this subscribe to
our channel and like this video if you like it. So let’s begin, if you’re trying to conceive
most likely you’re tracking your period which is great – that is the right thing to do. However, you may have had a late or a weird
lead up to a period and wondered what was that? Was I pregnant? Could I have had a chemical pregnancy? Women who aren’t tracking their periods or
who have irregular periods may not even know that they’ve had a chemical pregnancy. This is because it typically occurs within
a week of when your regular period is due. So what does a chemical pregnancy feel like? In many ways it’s a lot like having a normal
period. Symptoms include cramping, similar to or maybe
a little bit more intense than your normal period. You could also experience heavier than normal
bleeding which may include dark red or even blackish clots. I wish that I could sit here and tell you
that if feels like X,Y and Z but essentially the only way to know that you’ve had a chemical
pregnancy is if you’ve had a positive pregnancy test followed by a period. Outside of that it’s real tough to know for
sure because your body’s not producing enough of the hormones to have the common pregnancy
related symptoms. Now it’s worth noting – a chemical pregnancy
can be a sign of an underlying issue with your uterine lining or a sign of PCOS, endometriosis,
poor egg quality, or even low hormone levels. If you think you might have a medical condition
or you’re having multiple miscarriages be sure to check in with your doctor or call
a fertility specialist. Overall, most chemical pregnancies are due
to mother nature. Making sure she puts forth the strongest embryos
to make the journey to baby. Please know that chemical pregnancies are
common. Even so, it’s totally okay to have an aching
heart after one. You’re allowed to be sad. Ultimately know that it’s not your fault and
please don’t blame yourself. We have a lot more details about chemical
pregnancy at mosiebaby.com and a lot of other great resources to support you on your journey
to conceive. If you’d like to learn more about how mosie
baby can potentially help you build your family click on the link below. In the meantime, I’ll be over here crossing
my fingers for you to get that big fat positive real soon.

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