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How long it will take to get well after an natural miscarriage ?

I had a natural miscarriage 4 weeks ago, my baby was 16 weeks. I had heavy bleeding since month two. Before i delivered my baby he was alive. I beleive it was placental abruption. this was my 5th pregnancy . I have 4 children alive with no prior related complications. Following miscarriage, I had on/off heavy bleeding. I was in the ER twice. I was told I did not need a D C and the first ER visit no retained tissue. The second US indicated alot of debris? where did this come from if week prior i was told my uterus was clear? After vaginal US I bled out. I passed out was in hypervolmic shcok, BP 70s/30s, I recived 2 bags of blood and over 6 bags of fluids, I had a spinal and recived an emergency D C. I am 33 years old, married one partner my whole life. No previous gynecological issues, very healthy. Why did i bleed out and my body not clot? Where did all blood come from? Did the D C correct the bleeding issue? One hour after surgery my BP was normal and my H H was 29/9 before surgery my H H was 22/7. How will the anemia correct itself now in recovery? How long until my body recovers? DO i need hormones? Did i hemorrhage? The bleeding stopped within 10mins but, I lost so much? Why did this happen? What will happen in the future if I should become pregnant? Now i fear miscarriage and hemhorrage?Thank You
Asked On : Tue, 9 Nov 2010
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The debris seen in the uterine cavity must have been blood collection in the cavity. Bleeding could be due to hormonal imbalance or some small retained placental tissue which could not be picked up on ultrasoud.
Now that every thing is alright, don't worry about the past, but maintain a positive attitude and hope for the best.
Wish you all the best.
Answered: Sat, 27 Aug 2011
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