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Dnc After Miscarriage
Does scrapping means dnc. But during my miscarriage I asked the dr if she did dnc she said no just scrapping?
Usually yes: D&c stands for dilatation and curretage that means opeing up the cervix and scraping the walls of the inside of the uterus gently to empty the uterus. ...Read more
I have ptt level high i.e 47 which is leading to miscarriages. Is there a way to reduce it and bring down to the normal level permanently? Pls suges
High ptt: There are many causes of miscarriage. A high ptt is something that should be investigated among other things for general health, not only miscarriage. The reasons for high PTT can be autoimmune disease, liver disease, including hepatitis or other liver infection or infestation. This is something that should be looked at by your doctor or a hematologist. ...Read more
What list of tests could be helpful now (I'm going for my DnC in 3 days) & after the DnC that would help investigate the cause of 2 early miscarriages?
Miscarriages: The limit of what I can put in this response is not enough but I found a good link on the internet you can check out. Http://www. Mainlinefertility. Com/specialties/repetitive-miscarriage/ ...Read more
I had a miscarriage a few months ago and I was wondering is it okay for me to try again? I was only a month along and didn't need a dnc
I'd two miscarriage (dnc). My dr said whenevr u get preg u will be given daily injections. I want to know which injection is that n y is it given?
Miscarriages: I can only assume your doctor is talking about progesterone injections to maintain the lining of the uterus. It is hard to say if this is definitely needed as I have no info about the nature of the miscarriages such as blighted ovums (no fetus in the sac) vs low progesterone. The shots certainly can help if you have low progesterone. ...Read more
Miscarried @ 10.5 wks. Bled still @ 13 wks. DNC. Still bleeding quite a bit @ 14 wks. Is bleeding sign of "doing too much? " Should I be concerned/not
Yes: Need re-evaluation. After DNC continued bleeding may be due to retained fetal part or infection. ...Read more
Varies: Sometimes it is obvious, many times it is not. Most women have some amount of bleeding during early pregnancy due to implantation and they may think they have (or are) miscarried. The best way to tell for sure is with an ultrasound and sometimes by following serial HCG levels in the blood. ...Read more
You may not know: You can know you have miscarried if you pass and can recognize pregnancy tissue, or if you have a positive pregnancy test that becomes negative after heavy bleeding. Simple heavy bleeding does not necessarily mean you have miscarried. Your physician can also sometimes tell by exam or sonogram. ...Read more
Ultrasound.: Only a targeted ultrasound examination (transabdominal and/or transvaginal) can tell if your pregancy is ongoing or not. ...Read more
Successful: Surrogacy is very successful. Its not a perfect solution because it is expensive and comes with the baggage of dealing with another woman who is now the mother of YOUR child. Some outsource surrogacy to places like the Philippines. Infertility specialists in the US can also arrange it. Best wishes! ...Read more
Discuss with OB: As they are most qualified to answer this question. ...Read more
You need to: Have a detailed and frank talk with your on about this topic. Sometimes there are identifiable causes and sometimes not. ...Read more
Miscarriage: There is no specific treatment for miscarriage. Some bleeding during early pregnancy is common. If it is persistent, it may result in miscarriage and there is nothing that doctors can do to prevent it. Thus, while I realize that you are probably very anxious, the best thing is to just wait and see what happens. If the bleeding persists, you will know it is a miscarriage with a blood test (hcg). ...Read more
Many women have miscarriages without even being aware that they are/were pregnant. Often they might experience a heavier than normal period, or their period might be delayed by a few days or 1-2 weeks.
Please remember to use barrier protection to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. ...Read more
The fetus can become: Non viable before u start to bleed, in some cases it can be weeks between the time the fetus dies and u start bleeding so if u are worried your OB need to do an OB ultraosound as u should be able to see a ht beat of tehefetus at 6 1/2 weeks gestation, once a non viable fetus is diagnosed teh contents needs to be removed whether u are already bleeding or not. ...Read more
You can't.: The definition of a miscarriage is a pregnancy loss before 20 weeks. At 7 months if the baby were to be born dead it would be a stillbirth, if alive, premature birth. At 28 weeks the chance of survival of the infant is 95%, although it is likely there will be long term complications like eye problems and lung problems. 1st trimester goes from 20% to 5% after heartbeat seen, < 1 % after 1st tm. ...Read more
The definition of: Recurrent Pregnancy Loss is 3 or more consecutive losses of recognized pregnancies before the 20th week of gestation. After two miscarriages the rate of recurrence is 24-29% for a woman in her 20's. Therefore, many obstetricians test & treat as indicated after two consecutive pregnancy losses. Ask your OB/GYN to tell you his or her opinion on this. ...Read more
Pregnancy loss: Most typically mean a loss of living pregnancy during the first or second trimester. Some also consider a stillbirth in the 3rd trimester a miscarriage. Sometimes the body expels the entire pregnancy with bleeding, at other times the fetus remains in the uterus and is only detected by ultrasound or absence of the fetal heart tones. Consult your md if you have these signs. ...Read more
Usually: It is because there is something wrong with the baby. About 20% of conceptions are miscarried. Most are early. Later ones might be because there is something wrong with the cervix or placenta. Some happen without the knowledge of the woman even knowing it or that they were pregnant. ...Read more