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Persisting pain while passing bowels post D&C, extreme pressure radiating to pelvis, sharp abdominal pains. Normal?

Hi i have just had a missed miscarriage . Was 12 weeks but lost baby at 9 weeks. Started on friday with painful bowel movements. Then heavy bleeding on sunday. I had a D and C on wednesday and im not bleeding anymore but still have pain with bowel movements. This is like extreem pressure and then it radiates through my pelvis . Also i have been getting sharp pains on and off in my lower abdomine. Is this normal? Will it ease as i heal? Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You had a miscarriage followed by a D& C and now you are getting severe pain in lower abdomen.Are you getting fever too?.These signs are suggestive of Pelvic Infection and you need to take higher antibiotics preferably in injection form so as to get good immediate result.So pl get admitted in hospital for a day or two and take antibiotics in inject able form.and Intravenous fluids.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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