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What is the normal procedure in a hospital in case of a miscarriage?

Hello. Our names are Jade and Jess and we are drama students working on a play about miscarriages and mental health . We are stuck on a particular scene in which the pregnant woman is at the hospital because she is experiencing a miscarrge. We just wondered what the normal procedue would be at the hospital for the case of a miscarrage; how would the doctors respond; would there be private rooms avaliable for consultation; would there be scans and how would the doctors deliver the news? We really hope you can help us with this as we want to play the roles as true to life and as sensitive as possible. Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Since you are working on a play for miscarriage and have cvisited Hospital the sequence of events would be as follow.
+1) You have to go to reception counter and get your self registered giving shor history and dept to be visited.
3) You will be asked to go to Gynecologist who will have a a examination room taking care of your privacy.
4) She will ask you some questions about your menstrual History and symptoms. and do clinical examination and guide you to radiologist for Ultrasound scanning .
5) Depending upon the report she/he may advice you medicines orto under go termination of pregnancy which will be carried out in a well quipped operation theater.
Answered: Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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