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Brown discharge months after abortion, want to conceive. Should I seek medical attention before trying to conceive?

Hi Dr.Samuel I had an abortion done nearly 5 months ago ,i am still getting brown discharge and it is getting lighter and the amount has reduced how it used to be .. and i have no pain,no vagainal discomfort and the discharge dosen t smell at all.. so i thought it was normal after abortion. I want to conceive the baby and i am bit alarm with the situation Shall i seek the medical attention before trying for another baby??? please suggesT many thankx darsha
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Hello & Welcome to HCM,
I studied your case and i found that if you have brown discharge till now then before planning for conceiving you must go for one lower abdomen ultrasound to know the condition of uterus. is there any retained placenta due to which discharge is continuous. Because some time during abortion, the part of placenta retained inside. You go for ultrasound and meet your local gynecologist.No need to worry. Hope my answer will effective for you.
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Dr Soni Verma
Homoeopathic Physician
Answered: Tue, 7 Jan 2014
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