Generally, the most commonly recognized sign of miscarriage is bleeding, but remember that about 20-30% of women experience some spotting during pregnancy. Miscarriage bleeding is heavier and continues to get heavier with time, or might occur along with intense cramps.
A miscarriage can also happen without bleeding.
Other symptoms include:
- A reduction in pregnancy symptoms
- A decrease in the baby’s movements in the 2nd trimester
- Intense cramping
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, call your medical provider ASAP.