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Pcos, irregular periods, miscarriage, pregnant, heartbeat normal. Foamy white vomiting normal?

I have pcos . I have never had a period EVERY month more like 2-5 times a year. Used bc in past go one maybe 8 times a year. I am 26. Trying to get PG for 4yrs. Two years I had a miscarrage, when I started bleeding I went in to the ER. After a through check up it was found that I miscarried at 6wks but held till 10wks.I had taken Clomid . I m currently pregnant at the moment 7weeks 2days, I heard the heart beat at the ER everything was normal,I have a OBGYN appointment in 3days (this time I took Maca Root). That being said I really want to be a mother and pray I carry full term. What is the general time period between the death of the fetus and symptoms presenting in the body? Also is foamy white vomiting normal in the 1st trimester?
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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Hi Swain,

Thanks for consulting us.

To be factual, there is no specific time one can tell you, to be necessary between a fetal demise & its presentation. Sometimes it may present on the same day by bleeding & / or pain sometimes it is just an ultrasound diagnosis with no clinical sign.

I suggest you should try to take these things out of your mind & try to think positively.

I recommend you to book yourself with a consultant obstetrician in your area so that best antenatal care can be offered to you.

Vomiting is common in Ist trimester due to the effects of hormones on your gut. Its Color & texture may differ depending on your stomach contents. Please don't take it as a bad prognostic sign rather it is commonly considered to be a sign of an ongoing pregnancy. It has nothing to do with the fetus in your uterus.

Wish you best of luck & a cute, healthy baby.
Answered: Tue, 1 May 2012
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