How To Determine The Occurrence Of Miscarriage During Early Pregnancy?
… I want to ask … in March, I was pregnant for 1 month … I kept getting out of the day … I checked the abortion midwife, and at this time, I’m pregnant … 10hri … How do you know the real abortion still stuck ???
Hello May, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Before that, I want to clarify the meaning of your question first. What do you mean is you are not sure whether you really had an abortion and the current pregnancy is actually the same pregnancy as the previous pregnancy?
To answer this, several things need to be confirmed:
When the midwife examined you and stated that you had an abortion, did the midwife perform an ultrasound examination? If the midwife checks using an ultrasound and sees that there is no pregnancy tissue in your uterus, then it is likely that at that time you did have an abortion. If an ultrasound examination is not performed, it is not certain whether at that time you had an abortion or not. Does the midwife remove the remaining pregnancy tissue by curettage or drugs? If you take curettage or drugs and you see that the pregnancy tissue has been removed, it is very likely that your current pregnancy is a new pregnancy and not the same one as before. Did you experience menstruation again after the "abortion" in March? If you have your period after the "abortion," it is very likely that this pregnancy is not the same pregnancy as before.
To be able to ascertain whether in March you really had an abortion and now the pregnancy is a new pregnancy, you can check with your obstetrician. The gynecologist will do an ultrasound examination to make sure. The doctor can see the size of your current fetus to match your gestational age. If indeed the size of the fetus is large, it is possible that in March you will not experience an abortion. If the size of the fetus is small, then your current pregnancy is a new pregnancy.
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