Chances Of Pregnancy Return After Miscarriage Without Curettage?
Good afternoon doctor, last month I was pregnant at 4 weeks / 1 month of pregnancy, at the age of 5 weeks I had a miscarriage, to be precise on May 10 I released 2 blood clots along with 2 white tissues in the blood. after I removed the clot in the morning I bled again but ordinary blood like menstrual blood and the bleeding lasted for 12 days. during bleeding I did not experience stomach cramps or other pain, body temperature was normal and I could still do activities, but I still often had nausea. after my bleeding stopped, I took medicine to clean the fetal remains that were still left in my uterus. and what I asked if the drug could clean my fetus thoroughly and I could get pregnant again even without curettage? but until now I still get nauseous, is that a sign that my uterus is still not clean? thank you
Miscarriage or abortion is a condition in which there is death of the fetus or delivery of the fetus at less than 20 weeks of gestation. Miscarriage can cause bleeding during pregnancy, bleeding can be accompanied by blackish clots and abdominal pain.
From the situation you are experiencing, the bleeding that occurs during the 12 days is not menstrual blood. If you have a miscarriage, it is still possible that there is some tissue in the uterus. Even if you are not bleeding at this time, there is still a chance that there is some tissue left which could cause the bleeding to re-bleed later. In addition, nausea can also indicate tissue residue.
If the remaining tissue is not cleaned, infection can occur in the uterine area. Therefore, it is recommended that you check yourself first with a gynecologist (SpOG) so that the doctor can check your condition directly, and maybe an ultrasound will be done later. And maybe curettage will be done if necessary.
following aritkel that you can read about miscarriage
may be useful. thank you