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Pink discharge with pus streaks followed by flow getting heavier with musty odor post weeks of miscarriage. Normal?

I had a miscarriage 3 weeks ago, they had to give me medication to open up my cervix . I bled heavily for the first week then it tapered off, one day there was nothing and then I started having brownish clotted discharge which also tapered off after a few days THEN I started having a very thick brownish, sometimes pink creamy discharge with streaks of what look like pus . It s heavy enough that I have to wear a pad.It seems to be getting heavier and heavier. There is a slightly musty odor, not foul but nothing I m used to, Is this normal?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.
your symptoms are indicating towards retained products of conception that are getting infected.
Get trans vaginal scan done to confirm RPOCS.
If scan comes positive consult your doctor for surgical evacuation of uterus.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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