as you know i went for a scan and lost my bean , when the scanned me they said the sac was low down it was heading for a miscarriage i already been bleeding for a week constantly now at first it was light but it turned into a period like yesterday how long will it take too pass the sac and will i know that ive passed it ? has anyone else been in this situation where their sac has moved down ? they said the sac was empty if that helps? xx
hey hun, so sorry you are going through this. I have had 4 m/c between 4 and 6 weeks. 4 weeks was veyr heavy period, 6 weeks I saw the sac about the size of a squashed grape (sorry dont know how else to describe it)
massive for you xxx
I'm not really sure... I just miscarried this past week, the sac measured 5 weeks 5 days, but I was 8 weeks 4 days along. I had very terrible cramps on Tuesday morning to the point I was doubled over crying. Than on Wednesday at 6:45am I got up from bed to use the toilet and a very large mass passed. When I looked at it it looked just like a sac and a fetus attached... I was devastated. I'm not sure if this is "normal" or bigger than normal but the nurses and doctor believe what I saw was the sac and baby. I'd guess the size to be about that of a half dollar. Sorry you're going through this..
Hi hun. TMI alert: I don't know how far along you are but there was no mistaking when I passed the sac (I was 12wks lmp but sac was nearly 9 weeks) I had massive cramps (had to go to A&E they were that bad) then about 4 hours later, something large made it's way to my knickers. No mistaking it. It was a sac, all in tact and about the size of a small grapefruit. 48 hours prior to that the m/c started with normal, period type bleeding and cramps.
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