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Pregnant, bleeding in womb, surgical abortion done, brown watery liquid from vagina. Cause of worry?

Hello During my pregnancy I found out I had a bleed in my womb, for a the first few weeks I was bleeding normally but then It turned brown but it s not like a thick discharge it s very runny and liquid. I had a surgical abortion a few days ago and I haven t bleed it s just been this brown liquid discharge. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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This type of abortion in which there is brownish discharge and no cardiac activity found is called missed abortion.It is not necessary to bleed after surgical abortion.if the cavity is totally empty there can be no bleeding but take antibiotics as advised by your doctor.The cause of abortion should be investigated for which certain tests are done like ABO and Rh typing , blood sugar F , VDRL , Thyroid profile , TORCH test , APA test etc etc, Take the guidance of your OBGYN for these tests.
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