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Emergency Care During Pregnancy

Early pregnancy bleeding is very common and does not always mean that a miscarriage is happening. That said, it can be a symptom of miscarriage and, sadly, emergency room doctors can almost never stop a miscarriage that's in progress -- particularly in the first trimester. By the time vaginal bleeding or other miscarriage symptoms appear, the developing baby has usually already passed away -- often because of unpreventable issues such as chromosomal abnormalities. In these cases, all the emergency room doctors can do is confirm that the mother's life is not in danger; they can make sure she is not hemorrhaging and does not have an ectopic pregnancy threatening rupture.

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