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Pregnant. 14 weeks miscarriage, brown blood flow,fetus still in womb. Please advice.

Hi. Im 32 ive had 9 pregnancies and 2 of those were miscarried. I am currently having a miscarriage. I am 14 weeks pregnant and the baby stopped growing at 10 weeks. I have very little blood flow and what does come out is brown. I still have not passed the fetus. What is happening... is this a normal miscarriage?
Thu, 26 Dec 2013
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You need to undergo surgical evacuation under proper hospital facilities with blood counts, bleeding time, clotting time and urinalysis done. In a missed abortion, spontaneous abortion may not always happen and the altered color of the discharge is indicative. In order to avoid infection, bleeding and further complications, you should immediately see a specialist for further management. Hope your query has been answered. Wish you good health.
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Pregnant. 14 weeks miscarriage, brown blood flow,fetus still in womb. Please advice.

Hi, You need to undergo surgical evacuation under proper hospital facilities with blood counts, bleeding time, clotting time and urinalysis done. In a missed abortion, spontaneous abortion may not always happen and the altered color of the discharge is indicative. In order to avoid infection, bleeding and further complications, you should immediately see a specialist for further management. Hope your query has been answered. Wish you good health.