Should I See A Doctor If I Have Post-miscarriage Without Curettage?
My wife had a miscarriage 3 months ago, it was suggested that the curette but my wife chose to allow natural death, the gestational age was still under 3 months. After having a miscarriage, 2 times menstruation. Do you still need doctor control?
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Miscarriage without curettage is only allowed if the entire contents of the uterus are out and there is no fetal tissue or placenta left in the uterus. Miscarriages like this are known as complete medical abortion. In most cases of miscarriage, where the gestational age is still less than 10 weeks, fetal tissue or placenta that is left in the uterus will come out naturally within one or two weeks. This process can also be helped by administering medication by a doctor, if deemed necessary. If a miscarriage occurs after 10 weeks' gestation, the rest of the fetal tissue is more at risk of remaining in the womb. Therefore, it requires a curettage procedure or curette to remove it. In addition to cleaning your uterus from the rest of the fetal and placental tissue, curette aims to stop bleeding and prevent infection.
When the menstrual period will occur, the uterine wall will thicken and experience decay when a woman enters the menstrual period. So that during the decay of the uterine wall during menstruation, it is expected that the remaining pregnancy tissue that has not come out can participate decay when the uterine wall decays during menstruation. but no one can guarantee that if there is no direct examination to see whether there is still a residual miscarriage or do not remember your wife doing naturally that should be done with curettage, to ascertain whether whether it is clean from the rest of the tissue you should consult a gynecologist to do an ultrasound in order to avoid complications of difficult fibers for subsequent pregnancies.
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