Incomplete Post-pregnancy Care?
I want to ask … I had a miscarriage at the age of 2 months … the fetus suddenly came out … but in Miss V I still live like lard / fat when I pull it I want to vomit. what..and dangerous if not removed .. ??? r nThank you
From the information you have conveyed, if the miscarriage that you have experienced has occurred spontaneously, but you still feel any tissue residue or a lot of bleeding, it is possible that this condition indicates an incomplete miscarriage.
In an incomplete miscarriage, you will find the remaining placenta or fetal placenta which may still be attached to the uterine wall. However, this condition needs to be confirmed directly by your gynecologist by conducting a direct examination by an obstetrician. By carrying out this direct examination, the doctor can perform an ultrasound examination to determine the condition of your uterus after a miscarriage.
Management with drugs or with certain actions will be carried out in accordance with the results obtained.
If this condition is not immediately checked by a doctor, it can be at risk of causing bleeding and infection in the uterus. By consulting as early as possible, the risk of complications from miscarriage can be prevented.
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