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Immediate care during a miscarriage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   According to online baby due calculators I am 9 weeks pregnant, I have not yet notified my doctor but today I have started bleeding with mild discomfort like period pains. I am not bleeding too heavily but am losing clots - am I miscarrying?
Doctor :   That is not normal
Doctor :   I will suspect and be alarmed
Doctor :   I will suggest you get the Ultrasound and serum Beta HCG level now
Doctor :   and after 3-4 days
Doctor :   If the beta HCG is increases in titers, u will be fine , if decreases , that means possible loss of preganncy
Doctor :   Also Ultrasound will look at the contents in the uterus. If the uterus is empty, it is not good sign
Doctor :   Are you with me?
User :   Yes,
Doctor :   SO get these tests done ASAP.
User :   I live in the UK so will try to contact my doctor as some things are done as quickly as could be here.
Doctor :   OK
User :   How do you suggest I take care of myself in the timebeing?
User :   How long will the bleeding/miscarrying continue for?
Doctor :   There is nothing you can do. You need to make sure, if there is loss of pregnancy, it should be complete meaning uterus should be empty. Otherwise, the contents get infected and damgege uterus.
Doctor :   Bleeding happens untill the contents empty
Doctor :   Mean while, u need bed rest
Doctor :   Avoid strenous activity
Doctor :   Drink plenty of water.
User :   Okay, thankyou - is it absolutely necessary to visit hospital?
Doctor :   Yes, it is .
User :   okay thankyou
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting.
Doctor :   Bye
Doctor :   Take care.
User :   bye
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