Can doctors tell why you had a miscarriage
A:The reason for miscarriage is not always known, but it is believed that a fetus aborts because it is not developing normally. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-doctors-tell-why-you-had-a-miscarriage ]
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- Only if you come in after or have anything left inside.
- yes the hormones stay in the body for a while. She should see a dr to make sure everything came out so she doesnt end up with an infection.
- The reason for miscarriage is not always known, but it is believed that a fetus aborts because it is not developing normally.
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- A: My sister inlaw has had 2 miscarriages and was seeing a fertility specialist, he ran what was called NKA test (natural killer cells) and found her's were elevated which could have been a cause. Everyone has these cells (which aid in fighting off tumors and cancer etc.) but when elevated they are know to see the embryo or fetus as a "foriegn body" and attack it... resulting in a miscarriage. I advise you to research it yourself. You can google NK cells and miscarriage and you will find a lot of info. P.S a Simple IV flush can deactivate them long enough to outlast the danger period of the fetus. Some places will use IVIG which is a blood flush, and others will use an intratralipid (which is a food product) because it's safer than blood. My sister had the flush and is now due in Sept.
- why do doctors tell you things you dont need to know?
- Q: last year i had a miscarriage, when my gp found out i was having a 'threatened abortion' (i hadnt fully miscarried then) she kindly told me 'we have medicine we can give you to stop you from miscarrying but we dont like to use it' why would she say this to me?yes but why would she tell me about it if she wouldnt give it to meyes but why would she tell me about it if she wouldnt give it to me
- A: That the medication has risks with it and they are legally bound to inform you that there is a risk - hense why she said she doesnt like to use it.
- why must you see a doctor when you have a miscarriage?
- Q: i just posted a question about a miscarriage i had and people tell me to go to the doctor or hospital because my life may be at risk. can anyone tell me why?
- A: because you may still have placenta attached to your uterus and the placenta is very rich with blood which can lead you to tremedous blood loss.Also he wants to make sure that all of the baby miscarried, and that your ovaries are okay. incase you decide to try to concieve again
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