If you are asking what happens to the woman that miscarries (needing a DNC) but was unaware she was pregnant; the answer is simple. The fact that she didn't realize she was pregnant is really moot, because whether she knew or not, a miscarriage happens for a reason. In general, regardless of her knowledge of the pregnancy, she would have miscarried anyway. As far as what happens? If the woman has miscarried, a DNC (more properly 'D&C', from the technical terms "dilation and curettage") is performed to insure the inner lining of the uterus is free of any residual tissue. If left untreated, or without the DNC, infection can set in, in addition to the terrible cramps this woman will experience from the body's natural process of trying to slough off the tissue, which is the cause of cramping. Also, in the event the tissue tears abnormally, into the uterine wall, hemorrhage could erupt. Which left untreated could be fatal. I'm not a doctor, but I've been there, many years ago. Many of the herbs used to cause a miscarriage can also be used to complete a miscarriage and avoid unnecessary surgery that may traumatize the uterus. A D&C can increase the risk of future miscarriages, so many women having fertility difficulties may prefer to use herbs as the most appropriate initial treatment after miscarriage.
Before reaching for an exotic diagnosis, I'd say that yes -- he's being a two year old. When you think about what goes into making even that simple a cause-and-effect correlation, it's not surprising a 2 year old would have some troulble with it at first. How many times in our adult lives do we meet with a stimulus/response pair, and not reailze it? You can help with this. If you can establish a warning that you give -- one the child will always recognize as a warning (so it sounds the same every time), and you find a way to associate this with pain (NOT by inducing the pain yourself of course! This obviously sends the wrong message), you can use this technique as a sort of general warning. The tricks here are (a) always make it sounds or appear the exact same way and, (b) try not to attach an emotional weight to your method of delivery (e.g. don't Scream it or deliver this warning in a way where you sound stressed -- and yes I know it's hard).
Men do not get pregnant therefore they can not have a miscarriage.
This is called a period, a period.
ow long can you fall pregnant after a miscarriage ow long can you fall pregnant after a miscarriage
No. A miscarriage means you ARE pregnant. Therefore you can't have one if you aren't.
A miscarriage happens if the baby dies in your uterus. Take care of it. If you have a midcarriage every time you're pregnant, talk to your doctor
A miscarriage should not prevent you from becoming pregnant again.
It is dangerous to get pregnant so fast after a miscarriage.
If you are pregnant again, more than likely everything is fine. However, ALWAYS check with your Dr after a miscarriage to be safe.
Not knowing and not being pregnant are completely different things. If you are pregnant, whether you are aware of it or not, you can have a miscarriage. If you are not pregnant then you cannot.
You can't have a miscarriage if you are not pregnant
Yes, you can get pregnant after a miscarriage if you didn't have a D&C. Most women do not need a D&C after miscarriage.
No you can't get pregnant while slighty bleeding fro a miscarriage!
The contraceptive implant will not cause miscarriage or damage a pregnancy. Patients pregnant with the implant can still decide to continue or terminate the pregnancy.
yes you can get pregnant again if that is what you mean.
There is an approximately 30% chance of a miscarriage after removal of an IUD in a pregnant patient.
There are no ill effects from using a tampon for bleeding from miscarriage, whether or not you knew you were pregnant. You can use tampons or pads for this bleeding. If bleeding is extremely heavy, pads may be easier.
yes,miscarriage is a great risk of a 3 week pregnant woman.
Does 5 month pregnant woman take medicine for miscarriage?
Same way you did before. About 1/4 women have a miscarriage and there are usually no problems getting pregnant afterwards.
You are going to increase your chances of having a miscarriage or stillbirth. It is better to take at easy.
Spotting usually happens when a woman was pregnant, and lost the baby/had a miscarriage early in the pregnancy.
Yes you can have two miscarriages in a row
about 14% of all teen girls that get pregnant will have a miscarriage.
You can have a miscarriage through out the pregnancy for different reasons.