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Bleeding, blood clots during pregnancy. Sonography suggests incomplete abortion

hi doctor i had a pregnancy urine test confirmed on 1st jan and i started bleeding on 14th jan and heavy bleeding on 17th nite with blood clots coming out and still bleeding wt do i do...... i had consulted my doctor and has been suggested for blood check up (BETA - HCG )on 18th and got it done and report says blood immunology 1107mIu/mL.....and scan done on 21st today and report impression says sonography features suggestive of most probably incomplete abortion please cirrelate....suggest me the tablet or should i go for a surgery to complete miscarriage........
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Hi, thanks for using health care magic

I am sorry for your loss.
An incomplete miscarriage implies that some of the tissue remains in utero. In this case it would be best to have a D and C to remove the remaining products of conception.

This is usually a simple procedure and does not require in hospital stay over night.

Hope this helps and wish you the best
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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