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Pulling sensation and tingling in the lower abdomen after a surgical termination of pregnancy. Reason? History of blighted ovum and miscarriage

Am 42 years old, I had a surgical termination in 10 weeks in Feb. 2011, some tissues was left behind then I have to go again for D&C in April 2011, in 2012 I has one miscarriage (9) weeks and blighted ovum (5) weeks in both cases the tissues was passed natural, now am having pulling sensation, tingling feeling in lower abdomen and my stomach makes a lot of noise like water flowing near my periods think something is real wrong with me. Need some help
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Usually, the pulling sensation is felt for some days whenever a vaginal procedure is performed using some instrument to hold the lips of the cervix. Since you had three episodes of abortion in recent times, this is the most likely reason. The noise you feel is perhaps the bowel movements through the abdominal wall. If you are on regular cycles and if you have missed any period, you may get a pregnancy test and see a doctor for further opinion. If you do not wish to conceive further, it is better to use some form of contraception in view of the repeated miscarriages; further instances could ruin your health. Take care.
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