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Miscarriage, ERPOC, pains, pains in chest and diaphragm, difficulty breathing

Hi i had a missed miscarriage at 13 weeks had erpc last week. Then had terrible pains so after being admitted to hospital for 3 days they found i still had retained products so done another erpc this sat. I had iv antibiotics which i finished course. Since coming home yesterday ive had terrible pains in my chest and diapragm, i dont feel i can breathe properly and it feels as if someone had crushed my chest and upper back area including my neck and ribs. Pls help?
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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You had two procedures done on you in an interval of one week.Such painis quite common in people undergoing repeated procedures in the hospital.You can take T Etorocoxib 90mg for the pain once daily for 3 to 4 days.If the pain continues or becomes unbearable you should see a gynaecologist to rule out othe complications of placental retention like Fat embolism which can cause symptoms like yours
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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