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Is it normal to feel like you are having contractions during a miscarriage?

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Dr. Mark Trolice
Fertility Medicine 32 years experience
Yes: As long as your pregnancy is confirmed in the uterus by ultrasound, uterine contractions occur when the body is trying to pass the pregnancy tissue and complete the miscarriage. Within three days of onset of bleeding you will need an injection of Rhogam if your blood type is rh negative to potentially protect future pregnancies from your producing antibodies.

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