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Answered 2010-02-10 20:30:03

If the miscarriage is incomplete, then you should go to the doctor to make sure that you are still pregnant and if so the doctors can help you with any decision that you make. Good luck and God Bless:)

You cannot self-induce a miscarriage by massage. The uterus is far too well protected inside the pelvis. Attempting to induce a miscarriage by any means is extremely dangerous (and may be fatal) and illegal.

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Illegal?? I don't think so. No one investigating our miscarriages just yet, at least the last I checked.

Any attempt to self abort is illegal whether you get investigated or not.


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