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Suggest treatment for incomplete abortion

my sonography report says uterus is anteverted,slightly bulky in size measuring 105*50*45mm in longitudinal,transverse and ap dimensions.endometrial cavity contains a few echogenic poc and fluid/blood.no evidence of viable pregnancy is seen.on mass is seen in the uterine walls.cervix is normal.no adenexal mass is seen.no flued is seen in the cul-de-sac.impression:-incomplete abortion
Fri, 10 Jun 2016
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Hello dear
Understand your concern
As your sonography report suggest incomplete abortion, it should be treated by consulting the gynecologist.
Two methods:
Medical drug: misoprostol 400 ug every 6 hourly
Surgical process: evacuation or D &C. Chance of bleeding is less and it is successful if done by experienced hand.
Take rest, analgesics, antibiotics, healthy diet with iron and vitamin supplements and proper pelvic hygiene should be maintained.
Hope this may help you
Best regards
Dr. Sagar
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Suggest treatment for incomplete abortion

Hello dear Understand your concern As your sonography report suggest incomplete abortion, it should be treated by consulting the gynecologist. Two methods: Medical drug: misoprostol 400 ug every 6 hourly Surgical process: evacuation or D &C. Chance of bleeding is less and it is successful if done by experienced hand. Take rest, analgesics, antibiotics, healthy diet with iron and vitamin supplements and proper pelvic hygiene should be maintained. Hope this may help you Best regards Dr. Sagar