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Painful cramps, spotting, nausea, diarrhea. History of ovarian cysts, miscarriage. Treatment?

I had a missed misscarriage 2.5 weeks ago, at 9 weeks pregnant. An ultrasound was done to ensure all tissue was expelled. The last two days I have painful cramps and sharp pain with spotting off and on. I am very nauseous with mild diahreah and tar like vowel movements. I have had lots of ovarian cysts in the past and the pain feels the same, but I am concerned its related to the miscarriage?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Since completion of the abortion has been confirmed through review, this pain cannot be attributed to any remnants. The first menstrual period after an abortion is most often painful. Also, if you have had sexual contact after the abortion, though rare, another pregnancy may have to be suspected. Your symptoms suggest excess prostaglandin release and perhaps you may see a period in the next couple of days. Please get a trans-vaginal sonogram after consulting your specialist to exclude other pelvic pathology. Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 20 May 2014
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