Is It Possible That When A Miscarriage Is Stated At 11 Weeks The Fetus Is Still Present?
when I was 5 weeks pregnant I got a dbd skit, when I was rwat I was bleeding, after that I was ultrasounded by a RSU obstetrician, I was reported to have miscarried and was scheduled to be a curette, but when I was discharged I was not examined by the doctor. lg content, when I was supposed to be in control at the hospital, I chose ultrasound at the RSB, with a subscription, when my ultrasound was declared my content was still not returned, still in bloom, only covered in dirt, and I was tested positive, still positive, and until now my stomach is still getting bigger, because my content should have been 11 weeks, and my breasts are still hurting, is it possible that when I was declared miscarriage my fetus was clearly still present
Hello Andika, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
In general, if a person has been declared to have a miscarriage and curettage measures are carried out in accordance with the procedure, then the possibility of still having a fetus in the womb is something that is almost impossible to occur, because basically curettage is an action taken to clean up the residual miscarriage (good fetus and other tissues that exist during pregnancy) that are in the uterus. If the curettage procedure is performed less than perfect, there is still the possibility of pregnancy tissue remaining in the uterus, but even though your fetus may be left inside, the possibility for pregnancy to continue as before is very rare.
Regarding the results of pregnancy tests that are still positive, it is indeed still possible because removing the pregnancy hormone (beta hCG) becomes negative again after a miscarriage requires varying time from each woman, and this is also influenced by the gestational age at miscarriage happen. Until now there are no exact figures about the time when the hormone will disappear completely from the body after a miscarriage.
The symptoms that you feel are included in the symptoms that are commonly used to predict the occurrence of a pregnancy, but these symptoms cannot be used to ensure that you are indeed pregnant or not because such symptoms may be caused by other conditions such as pregnancy wine, STDs ovarian cysts and others. Therefore you should check your situation with your obstetrician to determine whether or not you are still experiencing pregnancy. For now keep your body healthy and fit, eat nutritious, get enough rest and also avoid stress.
In addition, if you subsequently do hospitalization or after undergoing certain actions, it is better if you are asked to do control again, do as recommended by the doctor who asked you to do that and do not exercise control to other doctors because basically it is recommended Re-control is carried out to re-evaluate whether your condition has recovered or if you need other additional therapy after treatment or the action taken on you by the doctor concerned.
I hope this helps.