Miscarriage

Studies reveal that anywhere from 10 to 25 percent of all recognized pregnancies will end in miscarriage or spontaneous abortion. These are usually because of a chromosomal abnormalities, improper cell division, or problems with hormonal signals that maintain pregnancy.

During this time, you should seek medical care for:

1). Uncontrolled pain

2). Heavy bleeding (consistently saturating more than 1 maxipad per hour)

3). A fever (temperature greater than 100.4 F)

4). Questions regarding your blood type (if you have a negative blood type or are uncertain)

5). Emotional concerns with grief or loss of the baby

6). Any other questions or concerns

If you are pregnant and having vaginal bleeding, please contact our office for an appointment.

Contact a provider to schedule an appointment or you can walk into a clinic location to receive your immunization.