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Is it possible to have a miscarriage and not the pass the tissue of the fetus?

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2011-10-20 17:04:56
2011-10-20 17:04:56

Yes you can.

Sometimes the baby dies but you do not 'miscarry' it.

Eventually you will probably pass it but sometimes you may need to be induced.

Unfortunately this is called a missed abortion.

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Abortion. Medical term for termination of pregnancy by any means before the fetus (baby) is able to survive.

Threatened abortion. Bleeding and/or cramps with the fetus still alive and the cervix (neck of the wonb) still closed.

May go on to become

Inevitable abortion. (Miscarriage) Cervix opens and fetus is lost.

Incomplete abortion. Some of the products of conception (fetus and/or placenta) are retained.

Therapeutic abortion. Termination of pregnancy by a medical practitioner.

D and C. Dilation and Curettage. Operation whereby the gynecologist opens the cervix (dilation) and scrapes (curettes) the lining of the uteus (womb) to remove the products of conception. May follow an incomplete abortion.

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