Having a MiscarriageIf you or someone you know may have had a miscarriage, the articles below can help understand how to
know and any tests, procedures, and issues while going through miscarriage.
- Symptoms of Miscarriage
How do you know you're having or have had a miscarriage? Learn the various signs and symptoms that indicate you may have miscarried.
- Threatened Miscarriage
Are you pregnant and experiencing inexpected bleeding? Threatened miscarriage does not necessarily mean you will miscarry - learn more.
- Septic Miscarriage
Sometimes, a miscarriage can result in infection that is dangerous to the mother. Find out more about a septic miscarriage and the risks involved.
- Miscarriage Tests
There are a number of miscarriage tests that determine whether you've had a miscarriage including pelvic exam, blood test, and ultrasound. Learn more.
- Diliation and Curettage (D&C)
About D&C: The D stands for dilation which means to enlarge while the C stands for curettage which means scraping. Learn more about why it is used.
- Miscarriage Treatment
Do you need to seek treatment if you've had a miscarriage? In some cases you should - learn more about what treatments are available for miscarriage.
- Misdiagnosed Miscarriage
Can a doctor conclude you've had a miscarriage when you really haven't? YES. Find out how a misdiagnosed miscarriage can occur and what to do.
- Recurrent Miscarriage
Recurrent miscarriage refers to having had 3 or more miscarriages. Learn what can cause it to happen, how it's diagnosed and the treatments involved.
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