What happens after a miscarriage
After a natural miscarriage Following a miscarriage, it is advisable to take it easy and rest for a couple of days. ChaCha. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-happens-after-a-miscarriage ]
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- well, it depends, sometimes the fetus will abort and miscarry itself. When I had my miscarriage, my body expelled it by itself. They never suck the dead fetus out with a vacuum, not that I've ever heard. If the fetus does not expell itself ...
- I miscarried last year at 14 weeks and I had a slightly heavier than normal period about 3 weeks after it happened. The headaches and bloating are normal, I would say, because I experienced the same thing. So sorry to hear about your loss b...
- Your recovery will take 4 to 6 weeks. You may have a small amount of bleeding and discomfort for a few days. If you were pregnant for more than 13 weeks before the miscarriage, you may still look pregnant and your breasts may still leak mil...
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- What happens after miscarriage?
- Q: What happens in a miscarriage. does the baby stay inside of you or do you pee it out or what? Does everything go back to normal after?
- A: I agree...wowYou body expels the baby through bleeding and your body has cramps similar to a period but stronger. If the body does not expel the baby you have a procedure called a D&C to clean you out.The emotions after a miscarriage are scarring enough. You are able to have other babies afterwords unless there was something that may prevent that but that seems highly unlikely.
- What happens to an unborn fetus after a miscarriage?
- Q: i just want to know bc when you have a miscarriage what happens to it?[ im not pregnant,im only 15]
- A: If you aren't very far along (usually before 12 weeks or so) the body naturally flushes it out of its' system, along with blood that occurs during a period. The fetus is so small that you don't even know it happens. Usually the body just knows what to do and protects you from infections by flushing it out.If you're further along, you may have to get a d&c, which is a procedure where they dilate your cervix, then remove the fetus. In extreme cases, you may have to actually go through the labor process (induced, of course) and give birth to the stillborn. It's sad in any case.
- What Happens after you have a miscarriage?
- Q: My friend just told me she had a miscarriage but I find it hard to believe. I was wondering what happens once you have a miscarriage? Do you have to have surgery or take some type of pills? Is the baby sucked out of your stomach? I am really curious about this. Could some one please help me.I think she said she was 2-3 weeksIf the fetus comes out on its on. Is there something else you have to do. Do you have to go to the hospital or have some type of surgery. Or take some kind of pills. Or does it just go away?
- A: TO BE ALL HONEST WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU LOSE A BABY DEPENDS ON HOW FAR ALONG THE PREGNANCY WAS. SOME WOMEN LOSE THE BABY RIGHT AWAY AND DON'T EVEN KNOW THEY ARE PREGNANT RESULTING IN A HEAVIER PERIOD. IN MY CASE. I LOST THE BABY AT 6 WEEKS AND DIDN'T FIND OUT TILL A 12 WEEK ULTRASOUND. I HAD TO ACTUALLY INDUCE THE MISCARRIAGE BECAUSE MY BODY WASN'T DOING IT NATURALLY. SO PILLS WERE INSERTED TO DO THIS AND I PASSED ALL THE TISSUE, BLED A LOT, AND HAD A LOT OF PAIN. I DID IT THIS WAY INSTEAD OF HAVING A D&C PERFORMED BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE IT SURGICALLY REMOVED UNLESS I HAD TO. NOW I ALSO LOST MY SON AT 21 WEEKS OF BEING PREGNANT. NOW I COULDN'T INDUCE MISCARRIAGE AND PASS THE TISSUE AT HOME LIKE BEFORE BECAUSE THE BABY IS MUCH LARGER AT THAT POINT. SO I HAD LABOR ENDUCED AND WENT THROUGH A LABOR AND DELIVERY JUST LIKE I WOULD OF IF I WERE FULL TERM OR HE STILL HAD A HEARTBEAT. BUT A MAJORITY OF MISCARRIAGES HAPPEN IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER A HEAVIER PERIOD AND PAINFUL CRAMPING IS WHAT USUALLY ACCOMPANIES IT. I HOPE I WAS ABLE TO HELP YOU.
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