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I had a incomplete misscarriage what are the odds of me still being pregnant?
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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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An incomplete miscarriage means that you have miscarried but not all of the tissue has passed out of the uterus.
Some people will pass everything naturally. Others will need a minor surgery called a d and c to remove the tissue. Your pregnancy test will continue to be positive until all of the tissue is out.

In brief: Needs clarification
An incomplete miscarriage means that you have miscarried but not all of the tissue has passed out of the uterus.
Some people will pass everything naturally. Others will need a minor surgery called a d and c to remove the tissue. Your pregnancy test will continue to be positive until all of the tissue is out.
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