Question by  Joe57 (25)

What should I know if I had a miscarriage and the doctor said the ultrasound showed a blood clot?

I would like to prevent this in the future.


Answer by  JJP (360)

I would check with your doctor. But I know when I had blood clots during pregnancy I was told to take a 81 mg aspirin daily.


Answer by  Pam36 (91)

Start taking prenatal vitamins before conception, atleast 6 months before your next trial. Most of all eat well, exercise, and try to stay as stress free as possible! Good luck.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

If you had a miscarriage due to the blood clot, this is unlikely to occur again unless your platelets are high. Ask your doctor about your chances of preeclampsia in a later pregnancy.


Answer by  Balaji (325)

It is a serious problem. It causes the body to lose strength. It will make us to create dullness. It will also cause problem during the baby formation and its birth. It should be handled well and in a precautionary step. Blood clot will lead to loss of weight of child


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

This kind of medical information should be given by your doctor. If you or your family have a history of blook clots, he needs to know this and lay out a play on how to prevent. If you are not happy with your doctor answer, get another doctor.

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