Can I Control After Curettage?
..want to ask me for a miscarriage yesterday, If it runs out on the curette, for example, if I don’t control, can I do it or not?
p dir = "ltr"> Hi Lionel, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
Curettage is the action taken to remove tissue from the uterus. Usually done in cases of miscarriage, where there is still tissue or residual tissue in the uterus. The condition is at risk of bleeding and infection if curettage is not taken.
Every action has risks, including curettage. The risks include:
1. Uterine infection if the device and operating room are not sterile.
2. Bleeding due to the uterus has leaked during the action or as a result there is still residual conception tissue.
3. The erosion of the endometrial lining of the uterus, causing infertility.
To assess the risk of this action, the doctor will ask you to control on the adjusted schedule. The doctor will also ask you for early control if there are danger signs such as severe pain or heavy bleeding after the procedure.
So, I suggest that you control according to the time the doctor has set, to prevent delays in treatment if complications occur. In addition, to ensure that the remainder of the conception network has been cleared out during action.
You can read articles about some things that must be known before performing curettage and after undergoing curettage.
Thus, hopefully useful.