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Procedure After Miscarriage
A miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. (Pregnancy losses after the 20th week are called preterm deliveries.) A miscarriage may also be called a "spontaneous abortion." This refers to naturally occurring events, not medical ...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
You will have 2 wait: Sorry to hear about the miscarriage. Without surgery you will have to wait for all the products of conception to pass. The you will wait a few weeks for your bhcg hormone to drop to zero. Then you will wait until you start ovulating again which should be 2-6 weeks after the bhcg goes to zero. ...Read more
Can you tell me about miscarriage with my 2 month old baby, can my body complete the miscarriage on its own or d&c procedure is required?
Miscarriage and D&C: A D&C is not always necessary with a miscarriage. The body usually will complete the miscarriage on it's own. If too many weeks go by without the body doing it on its own, an infection can develop. Sometimes there is hemorrhaging with a miscarriage and a D&C is necessary to stop the bleeding. ...Read more
What to do if I have suffered from a miscarriage with my 2 month old baby, can my body complete the miscarriage on its own or d&c procedure is required?
Yes it is possible.: With a miscarriage at 8 weeks, it is possible to complete the miscarriage without any medical or surgical intervention. Sometimes the passage can be expedited with oral medication. If you begin to have heavy unrelenting bleeding, it means that there has been incomplete passage of the products of conception and your uterus is unable to contract. In this case you should go to the er. ...Read more
Ripped incision from vaginal tubal. Pregnant 10 months later. Miscarried. Did i damage effectiveness of procedure? Possible 2 carry a child in future?
Calm: Up to 30% of all pregnancies miscarry in the first trimester without anyone's "fault." i like to think positively and say, "of course, it's possible as you conceived post vaginal tubal complication." i think the miscarriage was not due to the incision issue. Think calm positive thoughts about your future conception possibilities. ...Read more
I am 33 yrs old.Miscarried at 10th week. Underwent D and C procedure. Any risks to conceive after 1 menstrual cycle or should I wait for 2-3 cycles?
Depends: Have they checked your Hemoglobin or Hematocrit levels? After a D&C for miscarriage it's possible to have anemia (low hemoglobin levels in blood). Symptoms of anemia are dizziness, fatigue, fainting episodes, fast heart rate. If you feel completely fine then waiting only one menstrual cycle should be fine. If you are having symptoms of anemia then wait 2-3 cycles. ...Read more
I miscarried at 6 weeks in 2012. I had a d&c procedure done. I have now been trying to conceive for 14 months. My tubes and husbands semen are ok.Help?
Need workup: You should find a physician in your area to evaluate your situation fully. Open tubes and normal sperm might not be a complete evaluation. There are subtle issues such as ovulation disorders that may result in no pregnancy or miscarriage. Even if ovulation kits are showing ovulation, there can still be abnormalities. Good luck let us know if we can help. www.jcrm.org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
12 week vacuum abortion procedure done a week ago, will obgyn be able to detect on ultrasound or will it look like a miscarriage?
Like a miscarriage: As long as the abortion was performed correctly, the only thing visible on sonogram now should be some leftover blood clots (similar to a recent miscarriage). Your uterus will still be enlarged compared to a non-pregnant uterus. And there will still be pregnancy hormone (HCG) in your blood. Honestly, your OB/Gyn will not judge you for having an abortion if that's what you're worried about. ...Read more
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