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Had medical abortion, retained placenta still present. How to get it out of body? When can i conceive?

Lastmonth i had an medical abortion ..i was 28 weeks was a case of retainrd placenta ....mannually it was done..butt after two weeks i had an ultrasound which represents small parts of placentaa are there..dr gave me mifigest. Threee 200mg in one day...and repeat after three days...i am not understand to this that how will i get this placenta out from my that i can be conceive next time
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016


Incomplete or retained bits of placenta can only be removed by surgical procedure (D & E) in case of above medication fail to evacuate.

Therefore, you need to consult with your gynecologist to proceed the D & E (Dilatation & Evacuation).

You can plan for next pregnancy 1-2 months after regular period and must follow precautionary measures to avoid preterm delivery or miscarriage. Taking vitamin E & folic acid is quite helpful for 3 months of pre & post conception period.

Be well & take care.
Answered: Mon, 23 Feb 2015
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