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Is It Safe Not To Undergo Raspa After Miscarriage
Dilatation and Curettage, known as a D and C, is a common procedure where the cervix is dilated and the doctor will clear the uterus of pregnancy tissue. It can be performed in the office or in an outpatient procedure center. It is done under sedation ...Read more
After checkup: First go back to your MD for a reexamination to be certain that all the previous tissue has passed and your body is ready for another pregnancy. Most MD's advise waiting 3 months before another conception to give your body a chance to replenish the lost iron and other nutrients. ...Read more
Miscarriage: Miscarriage and pregnancy loss in general declines around 12 weeks. However, lots of things can increase your risk such as infection, viral exposures, medical conditions like lupus, etc. The typical causes of 1st trimester loss definitely go down though around 10-12 weeks. Ask your OB if you have other risk factors for loss. ...Read more
How long after having a procedure to have a miscarriage removed is it safe to go to the gym again?
5 days: Most women bounce back quickly after a D&C. Waiting 5 days should be sufficient. Listen to your body and don't do anything that hurts. On your first trip to the gym, you might want to scale back a bit on your normal routine in case it makes you sore. Best wishes! ...Read more
Had miscarriage 4 months ago, is it safe to try again? Will anything be wrong with my baby if I try again and succeed?? Heath wise or anything? Thanks
Had natural miscarriage, no medical intervention, d&c or medicine etc, at 5wk5d on 3/7 when is it safe to start exercising? Used to exercise 3days/wk.
Listen to your body: You have had a stressful event. Excess exercise could increase bleeding. Movement is healing mentally and physically. Try pretend jump roping without jumping to improve circulation to brain and body. Walking, swimming in the air, bicylcing, dancing, tai chi, any fun movement would be most helpful. ...Read more
Yes: There should be no problem from an orgasm physically. Your emotional state could be such that 'getting in the mood' may be more difficult. The orgasm could cause some contractions which could be more painful if your uterus is tender after the miscarriage (that would not be usual). Otherwise, it is safe. ...Read more
Should be safe: But she should contact her ob/gyn if another miscarriage appears to be happening. ...Read more
I have miscarried baby measures 5 week I am now at what would have been 9 week. How long is it safe to carry a non living baby.?
Need a plan: I am sorry to hear about the miscarriage. The next step is to develop a treatment plan with your doctor. Generally options include waiting for it to pass naturally, surgical removal via a D and C or taking medication to help the medication pass. There is not a set amount of time scientifically proven to determine how fast the miscarriage must pass. ...Read more
Miscarriage 3 time, but have a boy (3yrs) after 1st miscarriage (undergone dyancy).Then occured 2 nd expelled out normally. All at 5-7weeks. Why it hapns?
Incompetent os: Discuss the problem with your obstetrician. Ask him about an incompetent os. ...Read more
With next menses: Its fine with you regular period to use them. ...Read more
Yes: There are no studies to show that subsequent pregnancies are at increased risk of miscarriage if conceived right after a miscarriage. However, most women like to have at least one normal cycle in between. Psychologically it seems to feel right to most women. But if you were to get pregnant, I wouldn't worry. ...Read more
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I had a natural miscarriage at 6 weeks, should I get checked? And when is safe to try and concieve again?
Miscarriage, TTC: If you're no longer having any bleeding and are free of pain, then you should wait until you have a regular period prior to trying to conceive (TTC). No need for an exam unless there's concern for infection or retained elements from your previous pregnancy. Definitely start prenatal vitamins now if you're trying to get pregnant! Good luck! ...Read more
What happens after a miscarriage in the 15th week? Does ond have to undergo any operation to remove the dead baby?
Talk to OB: Usually the body will completely expel the fetus at this stage. Rarely does there need to be an operation to remove the remains of conception. Your OB doctor will be the best guide at this point. ...Read more
My Dr has informed me that I will have to take meds for a miscarriage. I am a flight attendant and work 2 days after my appt. Is this safe?
Had natural miscarriage, no medical intervention, dandc, medicine etc, at 5wk5d on 3/7 when is it safe to start exercising? Used to exercise 3days/wk.
Up to you: There is not danger in exercising after a miscarriage like this. You can do whatever is comfortable. ...Read more
I have propranolol 10 mg tablets which is expired one and half month ago. I had miscarriage one and half ago as well. Is it safe to take expired propra?
Technically, no.: In general, expiration dates are not realistic but it is still better to be safe and get a new prescription for the propranalol. ...Read more
Yes: See if your doctor thinks you need some additional tests before trying again. ...Read more
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Is pearl barley safe to consume during pregnancy? There is so much conflicting info about miscarriages....please advice
I had D&C last month due to miscarriage. And I had already my 1st period this month. It is safe to Try again for a baby?
IS CROSSFIT SAFE TO CONTINUE AT 7 WEEKS PREGNANT FOLLOWING 3 MISCARRIAGES? I HAVE BEEN DOING CROSSFIT 2-3 TIMES A WEEK FOR A YEAR NOW
Pregnancy exercise: As a general rule pregnant patients may continue their current exercise routine assuming they are already trained to do so. This is not the time to start a new challenging program though for the first time. Individual cases should be assessed by their doctor for other pregnancy risks that may alter this guidance ...Read more
I had miscarriage at 12 weeks, and had d&c done. I want to try to get pregnant again, how long would I need to wait until it is safe so.
At least 2 months: It has been my experience that women have fewer problems if they let their body heal and cycle at least once before trying to conceive again. Stay on your prenatal vitamin as the Folic Acid is important in helping prevent another miscarriage and by all means see your provider if you are having any difficulties. Good luck! ...Read more