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Drinking After Miscarriage
Question is unclear: You asked what women drink at home to cause a miscarriage. If a woman wants to terminate a pregnancy then she needs to be seen by a doctor. There are medications she can take to abort an early pregnancy. If you are concerned about taking something that may have caused a miscarriage - normal foods and drinks don't cause a miscarriage. It's very difficult to cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
Depend on baby's age: The medicine is by prescription, so a woman goes to her Ob-Gyn doctor (or a women's clinic) to be evaluated for it. Whether or not medicine can be used also depends on the age of the baby fetus (the number of weeks pregnant). The doctor will talk with the patient to be sure that the patient is making a good permanent decision, because abortion is a hard decision for any woman to make. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DON'T DO IT.: Herbal ; home abortions work through the principle of toxicity. The idea is that the substance is toxic to the mother and the fetus. However, the mother is stronger ; so it is proposed that the fetus will die and the mother will just become sick. The mother can become very ill from some of these concoctions and even die in some cases. ...Read more
Have small brown flakes when I pee for 5 days.Had stinging when pee but stopped after drinking lots of fluid.Miscarried on 9/6.Whats the brown flakes?
Of COURSE not...: it won't because vinegar isn't an energy drink. Whoever told you it is, is stupid or lying. Vinegar does not provide any magical "energy" of the kind that health quacks blather about. Vinegar is a little bit of plain old acetic acid and a lot of plain old water. An entire gallon jug of Heinz distilled white vinegar contains maybe 750 calories. Some "energy" drink. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Senna: Cassia angustifolia is basically senna. It's a laxative. It's fine to use after a miscarriage but be sure to be drinking plenty of water and eating a normal diet. Use during pregnancy hasn't been well studied so caution is advised if pregnancy is suspect. But with miscarriage, dehydration would be the main concern. Feel free to ask additional questions. Dr. C. ...Read more
Every day i drink 115-135mg of caffeine (through coffee) and occasionally 175mg. Am i at risk for a miscarriage (assuming conception has occurred)?
I am ttc and starting drinking fertilitea. When should I stop drinking it? I've heard it can cause miscarriage once pregnant?
Fertilitea: This ttc product seems harmless enough. In truth though, there is absolutely no good "scientific" evidence that it will help you get pregnant ( but it shouldn't hurt, either). It's main gyn ingredient is red raspberry leaf which is an old remedy to ease menstrual pain, prevent miscarriage, and ease labor. Since most miscarriages are due to genetic errors/defects, it will have no effect on this. ...Read more
In early preg. What if i don't drink much caffiene but accidently had a lot in 1 day cuz was mistakingly given turbo coffee. Will it cause miscarriage?
Caffeine & pregnancy: No. It will not cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
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