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There are several potential benefits of having a D&C after a miscarriage. Shortens the Physical Process A D&C is a single, scheduled event, whereas a natural miscarriage can be drawn out over days and even weeks. The D&C procedure involves dilating your cervix and using a special tool to remove the contents of the uterus, and it helps prevent infection and complications after miscarriage. Here’s what you.

This article helps you understand more on D&C procedures. Pros: 1. Remove abnormal cells: Dilation and Curettage procedure is used to treat any abnormal cells resulting to cure. 2. Cleanse uterus: D&C to cleanse the uterus after a miscarriage or abortion.

It also stops heavy bleeding thus you don’t. Natural Miscarriage vs. D&C. From time to time a transferred embryo will implant but fail to lead to a viable pregnancy.

Generally only 10-20% of pregnancies confirmed by either blood test or ultrasound are statistically likely to end in miscarriage. This is likely a very emotional time for both you and your intended. Complications after D&C after a missed miscarriage. (12 weeks) I found that my baby has stopped growing after week 9. I just had my D&C operation done yesterday. It went well( I had the same op 7 months ago and knew what to expect) but just before I was about to be discharged I felt very unwell and collapsed. The Pros And Cons.

Exactly two weeks ago I had my second D&C. I found out at 8.5 weeks I was experiencing a missed miscarriage. I had no idea as my body was still experiencing all the pregnancy symptoms but the baby had stopped growing.

Pros and Cons of D&C vs waiting it ou. August 16, 2020 | by YaraK. At my 10.

I have been through each type, natural, medicated induced, and D&C. Having the D&C was the best and easiest for me. It was less painful; I bled less, and I didn’t have to wait for weeks to have a complete m/c. If I have another missed m/c, I would have a D&C in a heartbeat.

No regrets and no cons for me. What are the pros and cons of D&C vs. natural miscarriage? I’m 41 years old, if it matters. Thanks.

09/28/2011 15:34 Subject: D&C or natural miscarriage? Anonymous: I had two D&C’s. Once I knew the fetus was not viable (I think 9 weeks the first time and 12 weeks the second), I just wanted to end the. I had 2 miscarriages and didn’t get the procedure either time.

This is what happened to me. The first time I miscarried everything went naturally and without any problems or complications and was relatively quick, I was 4 weeks along when it happe. I can’t really advise on the pros/cons.

I personally chose a D&C as I didn’t want to wait for the process to happen. I also got the news at 8 weeks that the baby stopped growing at 6.5 weeks. It could take up to a couple weeks for the natural process to occur and I personally couldn’t handle that.

List of related literature:

It may cause miscarriage, usually in the second trimester, and is the cause of 15–20% of pregnancy losses as well as premature labour.

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They are also more likely to undergo cesarean delivery, to experience pregnancy-related complications (such as hypertension, pre-eclampsia/eclampsia, abruption, and antepartum bleeding) and to have cardiomyopathy or pulmonary hypertension.

“Emergency Medicine Secrets E-Book” by Vincent J. Markovchick, Katherine M. Bakes, Jennie A. Buchanan, Peter T. Pons
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by Vincent J. Markovchick, Katherine M. Bakes, et. al.
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Inevitable Moderate Mild to severe No Yes Bed rest if no pain, bleeding, or infection If rupture of membranes, pain, bleeding, or infection is present, then prompt termination of pregnancy is accomplished, usually by dilation and curettage.

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● In cases of first-trimester miscarriage, one should determine whether the loss was at a very early stage (biochemical evidence of pregnancy only), anembryonic (blighted ovum), embryonic (6–8 wk), or fetal (>8 wk).

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However, prenatal repair significantly increased the risk for various fetal and maternal complications,8,186 including spontaneous membrane rupture, partial or complete uterine dehiscence, and preterm birth with increased risk for respiratory distress syndrome (Table 63.4).

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In short, the majority of parents in the pregnancy after a loss will need extra support and carefully coordinated care from their obstetric team.

“Fetal Medicine E-Book: Basic Science and Clinical Practice” by Pranav P Pandya, Ronald Wapner, Dick Oepkes, Neil Sebire
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Another recent study reports an increased risk of lowered fertility, uncompleted pregnancy (ectopic pregnancy, possible miscarriage), complications in the next pregnancy (including placental complications), and health problems in the next infant.

“Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing” by Sharma
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by Sharma
Gen Next Publications, 2009

Risk factors for placental abruption include hypertensive states, sudden decompression of the uterus, preterm pre-labour rupture of the membranes, previous history of placental abruption, trauma, smoking and abuse of cocaine.

“Physiology in Childbearing: With Anatomy and Related Biosciences” by Dorothy Stables, Jean Rankin
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by Dorothy Stables, Jean Rankin
Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2010

The pregnancy may remain viable (threatened miscarriage) despite the bleeding or it may be a feature of nonviability (missed abortion or blighted ovum).

“Oxford American Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology” by Errol R. Norwitz, S. Arulkumaran, I. Symonds, A. Fowlie
from Oxford American Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology
by Errol R. Norwitz, S. Arulkumaran, et. al.
Oxford University Press, 2007

Missed • (intrauterine fetal demise at <20 weeks’ GA): retained nonviable pregnancy in which the embryo or fetus lacks heartbeat but symptoms of miscarriage have not developed.

“The Johns Hopkins Manual of Gynecology and Obstetrics” by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, K. Joseph Hurt, Matthew W. Guile, Jessica L. Bienstock, Harold E. Fox, Edward E. Wallach
from The Johns Hopkins Manual of Gynecology and Obstetrics
by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, K. Joseph Hurt, et. al.
Wolters Kluwer Health, 2012

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  • I just went through my second miscarriage. I wanted my boyfriend to be with me but he couldn’t come in for any of my appointments because of Covid-19. I originally went in because I was passing clots in the way to pick up my new car. I couldn’t talk about it or cry because my boyfriend’s brother was in the car with us. Later that night my baby came out and the pregnancy was over. Since then I haven’t been able to sleep well at night.

    During my first miscarriage, I had a dreams about my baby. I dreamt the doctors and nurses were taking my baby from me. This was the night before my miscarriage. After my miscarriage, I dreamt about her one more time. She was sitting in the backseat of my car talking to me. ❤️

  • This makes me sooo happy �� thank you for sharing your story. This is literally happening with me right now. I’m so glad to know that i am not the only one. Thank you again for sharing ��

  • Seeing your video gives me hope �� I just had a miscarriage this Saturday I was 9weeks pregnant �� these past days been killing me.. I want to start trying again but the doctor said wait until 3 months but I dont think I can wait that long ��

  • Maine only 20 days ki PAGNENCE me mtp ki tablet lekar bacha gira diya but mujhe blending only 2 day hi huyi and normal Piriyad me blending 4_5 tk hoti h mujhe darr h ki kahi baby ka koi ansh to nhi rah GYA na…. Mam plz help

  • How did u know u was pregnant when u didn’t have a period again??? I got pregnant with my first baby a couple months ago and miscarried at 8 weeks it’s been a lil over a month since I miscarried and have not started my period

  • I just recently had a miscarriage on exactly 5 weeks �� I was so devastated, I don’t know if I want to try again, I just don’t think I could go through it again.

  • Mam mai 45 day hue the pregnent hue or unwated kit kha ke khatam kr liye h or 13 day tak blooding hui or phir band ho gai or 5. 6 day bad phir se utana hi blooding ho raha to iska kya mstlab h mam ple ans dijye

  • I know it’s been a while since you posted this, but I felt so similar when I had a loss late in the first trimester after finally concieving via IVF. I was burnt out, too, and withdrawn, detached, and angry… I also survived by being matter-of-fact at first. I’m almost a year out at this point and feel way better. I’m glad I took time off from ttc to process. I’m still pretty terrified at the idea of being pregnant, but I’m looking forward to trying again. I’m so very sorry this happened to you, and I hope your healthy rainbow happens soon ♡

  • hi mera 18th June ko miscarriage hogaya.. mera weight bahut jyada hai agli pregnancy se pehle me apna weight loss karana chahti hu par mujhe Kuch samajh nahi aaraha kya karu plz me…. weight loss k liye kya karu aur kab se start karu plz help

  • Prayed for you & your husband, sweet Kelsie. (Went thru a miscarriage myself!) It helps me to always remember “Nothing is too difficult for the Lord!” (Luke 1:37) who loves us ALL, extremely! Look to Jesus, He answers prayer really!! <3

  • Hi there! I just stumbled upon your video and it breaks my heart to hear your story and really feel your pain, you see I just went through the exact same thing. About 3 weeks ago I found out that our baby had died. I was also 10 weeks and 3 days along. My whole world fell apart. My fiancé and I have been TTC for more than 2,5 years now and this was our third miscarriage after lots of testings, examinations, fertility treatments and finally IVF. I understand completely that you decided to do a D & C. Unfortunately I was never given that choice. Instead I was recommended to do a so called “medical abortion” of the fetus. I basically got a few vaginal pills to take at home. I did so and god what a nightmare that was… I went through real hell with extreme pain and very heavy blood loss and in the end much of the fetus didn’t even come out. So this last Friday I ended up having a D & C after all. Altogether I went around three weeks with the remains of our dead baby inside me. Why I didn’t get to have a D & C in the first place beets me. Anyway, I just want to send you a hug and say that I certainly hope things will work out for the both of us. We just have to keep believing that one day, in not too long, we’ll have the babies we so much long for. I’m sure you and your husband will bee the best of parents, by the way. Best of wishes from Sofie in Sweden. ❤️

  • mera 6 month k baby hi aur muje abhi 1 month k phir se pragnance hi to maine dawai kha li huu to normaly kitne din tk bleeding hogi

  • I wish I could give you a hug and pray over you! All I’ve been doing was fighting back tears and praying for you through this entire video❤️❤️

  • Congrats! The line was actually super dark. The line on the left is the test line and the one on the right is the control line. The test line(positive) was darker than the control line because your HCG levels were really high.

  • Hi, I don’t know if you’ll ever read this but I just found this video, and honestly I had to pause it and just cry. I too, lost my second pregnancy at 9 weeks, and my words tocmy doctor when I found out we’re “I want it out”. People always say “I know how you feel” when they have no clue, but in this case, I truly know exactly how you feel. I wish more people like you made videos for other women going through similar experiences and were as honest as you so we would know it’s okay to feel like this��

  • I felt the exact same way. They were taking so long in the doctors office and I just wanted to hurry up and leave. Didn’t wanna see the fetus come out. Didn’t wanna be awake for anything so I opted for the d&c.. felt kind of sick about having my dead baby in me for a week and a half. There were no signs

  • Mam Mera 2 bar MISSCRAGE hua h.dnc ke bad se mujhe pet ke niche hisse me dard hota rahata h kya karu.koi badi pareshani to nahi hogi yahi Dr h

  • Hey beautiful it’s ok to mourn its your baby and now he or she is in paradise. I lost 3 my sister is having her dnc this morning. Take care and stay positive also healthy eating helps with infertility… look up medical medium he will change your life.

  • Hey! I’m not sure if you remember me, (we went to Phoenix together for a bit, i left) I had my son with me. I’m so happy for you, that you get experience something so beautiful. And please try to remember that DIOS APRIETA PERO NO AHORCA! That little boy is a blessing and I understand what your feeling but I just want to say that keep your head up even in the hardest moments because once you hold your little one you’ll feel all your stresses disappear. I wish you a healthy and easy pregnancy. ❤❤Much love for you all. ❤❤

    ( yay same month as my first born! He’s on may 12th. My miracle premie baby boy turning 4!.. hehe I’m just so happy for you! Like I can’t explain it lol )

  • I had a Miscarriage at 5weeks I found this out yesterday. I’m very sad about it and hoping I can get pregnant again after it’s over. If I do I’ll be sharing my update hope all the best for mommies trying to get pregnant again ❤️ so today is May 14th and I just found out I’m pregnant again

  • hi. just saw your comment in somewhere(how to grow with). I’m here to click the like and redwhite button for your video and channel. Appreciated if you could do the same for me. No hurt feel if you don’t wish to do that. cheer. happy new year ^_^

  • Your reaction was definitely normal. Don’t worry about that at all. I had my d & c today and I was the same way. I wanted it to be over asap. When she offered a picture at my ultrasound, I immediately declined and thought about that test of the day if I should have taken it. Time just stopped and didn’t want anything to do with it. So it’s totally normal. It’s so hard and I’m walking through the same pain with you right now. I’m so sorry.

  • i’m glad you decided to get it out right away, i had a miscarriage at 14 weeks but the baby died at 10 weeks, i woke up with my water breaking and i had blood gushing out non stop, i went to the emergency room, i was able to pass the fetus out on my own but they did a d&c to get the placenta out

  • I found out I was pregnant in July ended up having a miscarriage in August had my first proper period in September and found out I’m pregnant again in October

  • It is totally normal to feel the way you are. I just had my second loss and I opted for a d&c and wanted it done as soon as possible. Dealing with losing your babies is a very hard thing to do. I ended up passing it at home 2 days before and it was much harder than the first time. I am so so sorry you are dealing with this. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers!

  • Mam 2 month me miscarriage huwa hai maine dubara cheque karwayi toh phirr se positive dikhaya hai toh maine doctor se altrasound karwaya toh sab normal hai thoda thoda Harmon rehneki wajese positive dikhata hai aisa kaha doctor ne aagle bache ko koi problem nai hoginaa please reply me muje bahoth darr lag raha hai pls reply me

  • I am so sorry… I have 2 miscarriages too one when I was 8 weeks and 1 when I was 18 weeks, each of them where really painful so I know what you’re going through. But now I have a 5 year old daughter what I actually have is an incompetent cervix and needed a cerclage, I know soon you’ll have a little blessing and that day you’ll never forget, the good thing that comes with this is that you get to enjoy your kids and really love them. I’m actually 9 weeks pregnant now and really scare but I just leave everything in the hands of God I hope soon you’ll get a baby. Good luck and again I’m really sorry.

  • I know exactly how you feel… I found out I was pregnant on the 1 year mark that my nieces that I raised since birth (4.5 years) moved half way across the country. It killed me to lose them, but I thought the Lord blessed me with such a great gift! I got my first ultrasound on my birthday 9/26, at Maternal Fetal Medicine and was 7w4d pregnant, we saw the heartbeat but it was slow at 103bpm. The docs said dont worry about it that’s still within normal limits, and the fact the baby was exactly a week smaller meant nothing either. The told me to come back 2 weeks later. I saw my gyn 3 days later (9/29) and he gave me another ultrasound…he said the heart rate was around 100 and that he wasnt ordering anymore tests for a baby he didnt think would be here in 2 weeks. He said to come back in 2 weeks. On 10/9 I went in for my ultrasound alone. I got good at reading ultrasounds after 2 high risk pregnancies. When I laid back on that cold ultrasound table and she squirted that warm jelly on my tummy i was filled with such excitement to see my little dino again… but the second she touched my stomach with the ultrasound… my heart broke! I prayed that maybe it was a bad angle… that the heartbeat was there… it was just because they did an external ultrasound… if they did the internal it would be there. When she got to the ovaries I knew the ultrasound was over. I screamed out, “I dont see a heartbeat. Is everything ok? I dont see a heartbeat.” The tech removed the ultrasound from me looked at me and said, “I’m so sorry. There is no heartbeat.” And left the room. I had to go to work right after… I tossed myself into my work. It kept my mind off the fact I felt like a walking talking coffin. When I went home tho… nothing occupied my thoughts. I have my D&E surgery on Thursday afternoon. I have informed them I want my child, I dont want tests to be done on the baby and the funeral home will pick it up after its retrieved. That’s all that is keeping me sane. Putting my baby to rest. Having her buried with my husbands grandmother, the only woman he loved… before me. My husband says we can try again… but I dont want to roll the dice and end up with the same hand I have now. Also for anyone who has lost a child… the worst thing you can say is “The Lord has a plan” or “The Lord will help you through this”. This does nothing but put a wedge in the relationship between and Mother and God. The more people say it the deeper the wedge. I love my God and always will… but just like a child that received discipline after doing something wrong… I need alone time and after I have come to terms…I will be back by his side enjoying his company. But right now… it’s too real and the cut is still raw. Thank you for sharing your story.

  • Girl! You just gave me a lot more hope!������ i just lost my baby 2 days ago, i was 5 weeks & 3 days i aready had my due date�� atleast i was able to get 1 ultrasound of my baby peanut ��, ive been crying a lot im super sad nothing will ever bring me my baby back���� but we want to start trying again in 3 months for our rainbow baby������

  • Gosh I relate to you on EVERYTHING in this video. I had my D&C on March 18th and ugh it’s such an awful feeling. Im sending you love and prayers!

  • I’ll be praying for you too God bless you with a beautiful child I’m so sorry I am almost 39 years old and I have not conceived I pray to God and he will bless you with a beautiful child and story really touched my heart may God bless you