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Is it norm to pass large piece of pregnancy tissue from blighted ovum in your first period after miscarriage? And should I still consider this a perio

Is it norm to pass large piece of pregnancy tissue from blighted ovum in your first period after miscarriage? And should I still consider this a perio

Miscarriage ?: There can be retained parts of the pregnancy that can be passed later as you imply. Sometimes this can occur after the bleeding from the miscarriage has been over for some time. If there was blood with the tissue and it continues it might be an indication of the need for a D & C to make sure all the pregnancy parts are out of the uterus. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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If I pass tissue, is the pregnancy likely to end?

If I pass tissue, is the pregnancy likely to end?

ABORTION: If a pregnant woman has threatened abortion during the first trimester, the md always ask if she pass tissue aside from blood because it can be the placenta. Pregnancy test is ordered to confirm if still pregnant. ...Read more

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I'm 24 I had 3 abortions in my pass the last one was done Nov.2014 can I still get pregnant? No complications after or during none of them. I wNt baby

I'm 24 I had 3 abortions in my pass the last one was done Nov.2014 can I still get pregnant? No complications after or during none of them. I wNt baby

Yes: If you have been able to get pregnant before, you should not have difficulties get pregnant again. Until you are ready to be pregnant, make sure you are on some form of birth control to prevent unintended pregnancies. Best Wishes Dr M ...Read more

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8weeks pregnant and wen i pass urine n wipe few brown pieces r on the tissue no pain no red loss what could this be? Its not big pieces jus smal crumbs

8weeks pregnant and wen i pass urine n wipe few brown pieces r on the tissue no pain no red loss what could this be? Its not big pieces jus smal crumbs

Please see your OBGY: See your obgyn u need an exam and ultrasound u may or may not be trying to misc. An ultraosudn at 8 weeks should show a fetus with a ht beat, u could also have a sub chorionic hematoma your OB will be able to tell with an ultrasound. ...Read more

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Why some ladies reach 40 w of pregnancy and pass their due date and still no normal labor?

Why some ladies reach 40 w of pregnancy and pass their due date and still no normal labor?

Due date is estimate: Conception is calculated to occur (based on 28-day cycles), 2 weeks after the first day of the last menstrual period (lmp). Typical pregnancy lasts 10 lunar months or 40 weeks. Due dates are estimates based on a formula: lmp date+ 42 weeks=due date. For unknown reasons, first babies tend to be late but your doctor will induce labor before 42 weeks. Hope you have easy labor and a healthy baby! ...Read more

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What does it mean for an ectopic pregnancy to have non viable embryonic tissue? Is there still a pregnancy or what?

What does it mean for an ectopic pregnancy to have non viable embryonic tissue? Is there still a pregnancy or what?

Real Pregnancy: An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy outside the uterus. It is usually in the fallopian tube but can also be in other places. Ectopic pregnancies are real pregnancies but they won't survive outside the uterus. That is what nonviable means. Since the pregnancy can't survive, treatment is focused on preventing problems for mom. The ectopic pregnancy can be removed surgically or with medication. ...Read more

Tissue (Definition)

The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more