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Did my wife have a miscarriage due to slipping and falling ?

Hi dr.hi doc,my wife had undergone follicle study and the egg was ruptured on 19th day so my gyn told to have sex from 17th day itself.We had sex once in a day from 17 th day to 20th day . she gave progesterone tablet to her and told to come after 15 days ie 13/05/2011.On 13/05/2011 she went to gyn but gyn said that she can see nothing .therefore gyn told my wife to come on 19/05/2011 ie thursday.On Monday ie 16/05/2011 unforfortunately my wife fall on back by slipping of chappals on 10.00 am in morning .Afterwards she was alright.In evening there was pain in uterus and she had bleeding .I think due to falling she had miscarriage and bleeding started.i am very disturbed please help.will she b pregnant again? Is the bleeding due to periods or any thing else.please help me I am nervous,please reply. Pranati Gaware 27 years Old.
Asked On : Tue, 17 May 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
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in your case pregnancy is possible so the bleeding may be due to either abortion or may be usual periods any way now itis already 38 day after her periods you can repeat the home pregnancy test , consult your gyne and do a TVS (transvaginal ultrasonography) to find out the present condition
Answered: Tue, 17 May 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
Hello manoj;
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The first sign of pregnancy is missed periods so you need to see if your wife had missed her periods.If she had missed then you should have done a pregnancy test to confirm pregnancy.If nothing of this sort happened it is highly possible that the bleeding your wife had is of her normal periods and not of miscarriage.So I would suggest you to consult your Gynaec for examination and she will tell you the reason for bleeding which in all possibility looks to be her normal periods.
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