The Remaining Tissue Is Still In The Uterus After A Miscarriage?
Doctor, I had a miscarriage at the age of 2 months, 3 days ago The baby’s amniotic bag has come out and I have performed an ultrasound and there is residual tissue in it, and until now I am still bleeding but without pain. I experienced only pain in the stomach just shari just when I was removing a large blood clot and the water. I have not yet decided to curettage and I have not taken any medicine, and he said if the age of the blum content enters 10 weeks, the remaining tissue can come out naturally by itself. What are the signs that the rest of the tissue comes out naturally and how long does it take if the blood comes out naturally? Thank you
Hello Nureul, Thank you for the question.
Miscarriage can happen to anyone. Miscarriage is fetal death before pregnancy reaches 20 weeks. Various conditions can cause miscarriages such as chromosomal abnormalities, infections, chronic diseases of pregnant women, the age of pregnant women, and others. There are a number of miscarriage symptoms that you need to know about:
lower back pain
lower abdominal pain
bleeding from the vagina (can be in the form of blood spots)
discharge from the vagina (in the form of blood clots)
The symptoms above can indicate whether the rest of the conception network has come out or not. However, bleeding that occurs during this miscarriage can vary. Even though you have already seen these signs of miscarriage, you are still encouraged to consult a gynecologist regularly for an ultrasound examination. Ultrasound examination is needed to determine whether your uterus is clean from the rest of the fetal tissue or not. If within a few days the doctor still found the remaining fetal tissue, then the doctor will provide further treatment in the form of drugs or curettage. Ensuring that the uterus is clean from the rest of the fetal tissue is an important step because the presence of fetal tissue remaining in the uterus can cause further complications such as uterine infection and bleeding. Therefore, please return to your obstetrician to ensure the condition of your uterus.
Hopefully this information is useful.