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Can yelling and screaming cause me to have a miscarriage?

I got into an argument with my husband two days ago and couldn t control my emotions and yelled and screamed, now my stomach has some slight discomfort but it goes away when I lay down and it isn t severe.. it s very mild discomfort without any bleeding. I m 17 weeks pregnant, btw. Is this any indication of a miscarriage? Can yelling and screaming cause me to have a miscarriage? Please help!!
Asked On : Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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     yelling & screaming generally don`t cause miscarriage .Discomfort of stomach can be due to many reason & quite common in quite a good number of pregnant women.It is not at all a sign of impending abortion or miscarriage.
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Answered: Tue, 17 May 2011
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