You do not need to have a full bladder, a moderately filled bladder is needed for a proper examination.
We do, however, have a good understanding of some types of pregnancy loss and you can find all the information you’ll need on this site, along with stories from other women who’ve experienced miscarriage for themselves.
Tommy’s strong view is that all women should get referral after 2 miscarriages and our clinicians and centre directors are working towards this goal.
However, until it is made normal NHS funded practice, we are unable to offer it as standard across the clinics.
I can't get in to my doctor until this monday, and I am DYING to know if something is wrong down there or if I am really pregnant.
But if I am pregnant, how do you calculate a due date when the last time I bled was due to a miscarriage?