What does a miscarriage look like
It all depends on how far along you are. It might start with a little pinkish/brown tinge or it could start like a regular period. If you are 8 weeks or less, it will seem like a heavy menstrual flow with more clotting. If you are 12 weeks or more, you will possibly have more cramping and might be able to see your baby. I was able to see our baby Michale at 14 weeks. I am sharing a photo of him below. A miscarriage at 18 or more weeks baby will be larger and there will be more blood loss. I have a photo of Matthew but not on this computer and he was not a pretty baby since he was starting to decay. :( Always be aware of your blood loss, if fainting or unconsciousness occur at home, call 911. I did not because I had already been through enough miscarriages to know what my miscarriages are like and how my body reacted to them since I have had six.
Miscarriage looks different depending on the situation. Bleeding isn't always dependent upon gestational age. I was 11.5 weeks, but I had a fibroid that stopped my uterus from contracting and that led to hemorrhaging during my D & C.