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Natural Ways To Have A Miscarriage
Natural ways/med I can use while ttc to raise my progesterone? Had baby, 4 miscarriages, took prometrium (micronized progesterone) & had another baby. Would like to avoidpromet
Check w/your: Ob/gyn. I am not aware of any "natural" ways or medications that would help you, but they know you much better than I do. There is no way to give sufficient specific information over the internet. ...Read more
Natural?: If you have had unprotected sex there is the morning after pill but short of that, further interventions other than a medically overseen abortion is potentially dangerous to you and the fetus. You should seek medical attn to discuss this issue further. Natural abortions occur when there is a genetic abnormality or functional issue with the fetus which is usually incompatible with life or gestation ...Read more
Passing tissue: Miscarriage can be treated surgical with a procedure called a d and c. Others shoose to let it pass naturally. At some point bleeding begins and the contents of the uterus will be expelled. Discuss with your obgyn which is the best method of treatment. ...Read more
When you feel ready: Most would say wait until your next cycle. ...Read more
Oxymoron.: A natural miscarriage cannot be stimulated - then you are talking about induced abortion. Terminology aside, I would highly recommend that you seek medical care and not self-medicate for such sensitive and potentially life-changing issues. Complications from unsupervised abortions include permanent sterility, hemorrhage, death, infection. Please talk to your gynecologist if you are planning this. ...Read more
We don't advice that: On this site we can not advice you how you can have a natural miscarriage at home. A miscarriage is an unfortunate loss of the fetus and it happens in some and if not complete it is done by Dilatation and Curetege. Also called D&C.. ...Read more
Not a natural way: Fortunately, America is beyond that (that was before modern medicine and before getting rid of laws against inducing miscarriage). Any woman who needs to induce a miscarriage (easier to say abortion), such as if her baby fetus has a genetic defect or other major birth defect, can get help from her Ob-Gyn doctor. The doctor has good, reliable ways to do this ("natural" is not in the picture). ...Read more
Please please: Seek the input from a qualified healthcare provider. Don't try to go about something like based off of just "internet" info! ...Read more
Possibly: Some doctors will get an ultrasound after a miscarriage to confirm uterus is empty, but it's not required. I tell my patients if they are worried I'm happy to scan them, but if their bleeding has ceased, they can also just wait until they have their next cycle typically in 3-6 weeks. Hope that helps! ...Read more
I learned that I am having a miscarriage I chose to let it pass naturally, how long does it normally take?
Natural miscarriage: It's impossible to say. Most often, there will start some spotting moving on to a full miscarriage within 2 weeks but sometimes it can take quite a bit longer. I've seen women not miscarry for even 2 months after a diagnosis of a missed abortion is made. ...Read more
3 1/2 weeks ago I naturally miscarried and for two weeks now I've had some pretty bad cramps, Is this bad?
I had a miscarriage over the last two days - was confirmed via u/s significant pain on and off. Perhaps this is natural?
Frequently: Yes it does cause intermittent pains often. ...Read more
I've had a miscarriage at 8wks but my baby was 5wks. How long does it take for everything to pass naturally? Should I be worried?
Miscarriage: Miscarriage is more common than people realize. Usually early on tissue passes without intervention. There is an increased risk for infection if the products of conception (what's left after miscarriage) do not pass within a period of time, usually a fair rule of thumb is to give it up to 2 weeks, but be seen sooner if any fever, discharge that is foul smelling and/or increased pain. Good luck! ...Read more
Me and my husband are wanting to try again for a baby after my natural miscarriage what are some of the steps we can take to help?
Physical/Emotional: First, I am so sorry about your miscarriage. It lists in you information that you have had 3 pregnancies that did not come to term, is this correct? Make sure your doctor knows your specifics and go from there. This can be very difficult on a relationship. Make sure that you and your husband keep talking and working together to stay connected emotionally. Support groups can be helpful. Best wishes. ...Read more
Dr. I had a natural miscarriage 2 weeks before. Today dr told me that try for a baby only after 3 months? Why this 3 month time? Please explain.
Why didn't you ask: Your doc when your doc said that, I assume he wants you body and hormones to get back to normal before trying some docs say 2 months some say 3. ...Read more
Baby measures 6 weeks - was supposed to be 9. Dr said I will have miscarriage sadly. Would you recommend d&c or natural miscarriage at this point?
Assuming it is non: Viable, if u were my pt would give u Cytotec (misoprostol) and then in the evening or early am and then schdule you for an in office ultrasound and if it looks like all the tissue is not out then do an in office D&C as u may have very little tissue left after the cytotce and he cytotcec makes the procedure easier to do. ...Read more
Is it true that most natural miscarriages or medical miscarriages end up needing surgical intervention anyway? No FHB at 7weeks 1day. No bleeding yet.
Not most: Some but not most spontaneous or medically induced miscarriages end up with retained tissue for which a curettage must be performed. Discuss your particular case with your doctor who can tell you the risks and benefits of the alternatives and make a decision together. Unfortunately, even those of us with crystal balls, can't tell you with certainty whether or not a surgical procedure will be needed ...Read more
I had a miscarriage nov 10 I was supost to be 11 weeks they did a u s said it look like 5 6 weeks and that I was gonna have a natural miscarriage whil?
Well: The pregnancy likely stopped evolving at 5-6 weeks though you were 11 weeks pregnant, these usually pass on their own, Misoprostol at 800 mcg vaginally can speed things up but at 5-6 weeks it doesn't always come at once leading to heavy bleeding and a [email protected] Don't worry, ask about misoprostol, look it up, and get some pain medication to expedite. Sorry for your bad news. ...Read more
Had a natural miscarriage in oct and have had a normal cycle six weeks after and now I have on and off periods for five days very heavy came 10 day e?
Cycle after miscarry: After a miscarriage, the usual advice is to wait 3 months of cycling before trying again to make sure your body gets back to normal. This not unusual but I recommend that you review this with your doctor to make sure that all is well. You didn't describe the circumstances of your miscarriage so your dr would be able to make some sense out of this for you. ...Read more
I miscarried naturally may 2nd. I am finished bleeding now. How long before I can start trying again?
If I miscarried at 8 weeks n did it naturally at home, n the baby came out in its small bag, does that mean it had to do with the placenta?
America is beyond...: Fortunately, America is beyond that (that was before modern medicine and before getting rid of laws against inducing miscarriage). Any woman who needs to induce a miscarriage (easier to say abortion), such as if her early fetus has a genetic defect or other severe birth defect, can get help from her Ob-Gyn doctor. The doctor has good, reliable ways to do this ("natural" is not in the picture). ...Read more
Miscarriages can: Occur at 13 weeks. However, I believe you may be asking if you can abort your fetus naturally at 13 weeks. If that is the question - then the answer is that there is no safe way to accomplish this on your own. ...Read more
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Please ask your OBGY: Gyn, I like my pts to have 2 normal periods then they can try. ...Read more
If bleeding continue: If miscarriage completes, uterine bleeding or discharge should be ceases gradually within about one week. If bleeding or discharge continues, consulting your ob/gyn doctor is appropriate ...Read more