Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion, is the sudden loss of a pregnancy in the first 20 weeks and is very common type of pregnancy loss. Statistically it is estimated that about 30 to 40 percent of all conceptions result in a pregnancy loss. This is because many women miscarry before they even know they’re pregnant, or before it has been confirmed by a health-care provider.
Following are some of the early symptoms to detect a miscarriage.
Spotting or bleeding:
It can be small spots or heavy red flow. In both cases you should immediately consult your gynae.
Cramps can be your ligaments stretching but in extreme conditions it can be sign of miscarriage. Consult your gynae if you have cramps worse than your periods or cramps with bleeding.
Be sure to call your doctor if you are having lower back pain with bleeding.
Loss of pregnancy symptoms:
If you have other miscarriage symptoms plus sudden loss of pregnancy signs like nausea, you should definitely see a doctor.