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Pregnancy test positive. Scan shows only white shadows and internal bleeding in the womb. History of c-section. Diagnosed remainings of placenta from labour. Advice

Had emergency c section in December 2012! In march 2013 had some bleeding (no clots) for one week, 4 positive pregnancy tests and was booked for a scan which happened today!
They could not see a baby, nothing but white shadows and some internal bleeding in the womb! They believe there are remainings of placenta from labour in December!
What sort of treatment should i expect if there are remainings of placementa from 3/months ago? Is there any risk of loosing my uterus?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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THank for choosing HCM,I think you self must have read the usg plate & not the radiologist, here you better send the radiologist report that would be taken under consideration, because it is not "white shadow" like reading, this totally nonscientific reading, only radiologist or experienced doctor can read it, if the radio logist said it, that it could be a remaining part of placenta or may be something remnant then surgical intervention is must (D&E) ,,, have nice day.
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