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Can An Incomplete Abortion Affect On Future Pregnancies
Still tissue: It means that you have miscarried but some pregnancy tissue is still in the uterus. Most of the time you will not have any problems after an incomplete abortion, but occasionally there can be scar tissue or remnant of the placenta inside that can interfere with getting pregnant. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Yes: Suggest you see your oby /gyne for complete evacuation of retained fetal parts. ...Read more
If I had an incomplete abortion and then had a d&c, is there anything to worry about? And will it affect future pregnancy?
Not necessarily: The d;c should have emptied the uterus of any left over tissue. If your periods have returned to normal and you have no pelvic pain or spotting after a couple of months then it should have no bearing on the incomplete abortion. Did the ob-gyn give you any reason for the incomplete abortion? ...Read more
Had incomplete abortion and took mifepristone and misoprost before 24hrs but there is no any pain and only rare spotting. What is the reason? Iam 27y
See details: It can take several days to work in some women. Some women require an additional dose. I would repeat the ultrasound after 2 days. If there is still tissue, you will need a second dose or can choose a D&C. ...Read more
I had incomplete abortion. On that day I had T.asa50mg prescribed by gyn.if it is the reason for abortion. I had no history of DM, htn and thyroid prblm?
I'm sorry I don't: Think I can be of much help. I don't know what T.asa50 mg is. If it is aspirin, this would not be the reason for a miscarriage; often aspirin is given to prevent miscarriage. Please write again if there are further details you wish to provide and/or question remain. Stay well:) ...Read more
I had an incomplete abortion a year ago, (then was given Duphaston to clean everything out)& have since had mostly subtle, (sometimes sharp)dull pain in what I think is my right ovary. Get an ultrasound?
Need exam: You should see a gyn or general practitioner. There are many things which can cause pain in that area. You may need an ultrasound, but there may be other things to consider first. Oftentimes people perceive "ovarian pain" when it's really bowels (gastro-intestinal). It could be gas, appendicitis, peritonitis, ligament pain, endometriosis, and on and on. You should talk to your doc. ...Read more
How is it an incomplete abortion when I've never had one. I just had my period 5 days late with big blood clots and tissues?
Abortion terminology: In medical terms, an abortion is the loss of a pregnancy prior to 20 weeks gestation. An induced or elective abortion is what most people think of when they hear the word abortion. In medical diagnostic terminology, a miscarriage is considered a spontaneous abortion. An incomplete abortion is a miscarriage that has begun, but not all the pregnancy tissue has been expelled. ...Read more
Went for my ultrasound yesterday. Doc said I have an incomplete abortion. More bleeding is needed to get rid of the uterine tissue. What should I do?
When's the earliest you can tell if you are pregnant? And what are the options to not carry on with the pregnancy e.g abortion
2 weeks, 2 options: A home pregnancy test will reliably turn positive about 2 weeks after conception, around the same time you'll be missing your period. There can still be false negatives at this time though, so a repeat 2 weeks later can be helpful. A pregnancy can be aborted medically (using the mifepristone + misoprostol pill) or later on can be aborted with a surgical procedure through the vagina/cervix. ...Read more
I might be 3 weeks pregnant and my boyfriend and I aren't ready and I don't want to have an abortion is there any other way to stop my pregnancy?
How not have a baby during pregnancy without abortion? Which you can do at home to secretly lose your baby? Please help I don't want to be pregnant and I want to lose it.
A doctor can help: Humans naturally get pregnant and have babies, by having sex. Otherwise, we humans might go extinct. It would be unnatural to somehow at home easily get rid of a baby fetus. A woman needs to go to a women's clinic, an Ob-Gyn doctor, or a primary care doctor who prescribes abortion pills (and be very early in the pregnancy) to ask for help to get rid of her baby fetus. It's a big, serious decision. ...Read more
Varies: Bhcg resolution varies from person to person. It may take a few days or a few weeks. Unless you had sex without condoms or birth control after your abortion then the pregnancy test is still detecting left over hormone from the previous pregnancy. Recheck it once and week until it resolves. Start birth control to prevent another unplanned pregnancy. ...Read more
Blighten ovum: Your body will rid itself of a bad egg or implantation: this can appear as a normal period. ...Read more
???!!!!: There is a pill but illegal in the us, don't know about turkey. It is not very safe and the is why it is not legal here. You would be better off talking to doctor about traditional methods. ...Read more
Depends: If it was spontaneous than no, if it was elective than yes. ...Read more
Earlier is safer.: In general, the earlier in pregnancy abortion is done, the safer. Abortions beyond the first trimester (13 weeks) will put a woman at icreased risks. The latest in pregnancy an abortion can be obtained will vary from state to state, and are almost never done beyond 24 weeks gestation. ...Read more
Most <9 wks: Nearly 2/3 of abortions are <9 weeks, and nearly 90% are less than 12 weeks. ...Read more
Varies: Each state has a different time when this procedure can be preformed. ...Read more
Post pill exam: You should go back to the MD for an exam to be sure all the gestational material was expelled. ...Read more