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How to know if I’m having a miscarriage?

Miscarriage might or might not cause any symptoms in the woman. Some of the reported signs of miscarriage that women have faced are:

  • Cramping and pain in the lower tummy
  • Pinkish vaginal discharge
  • Loss of common early signs of pregnancy, such as nausea and breast tenderness
  • Lower back pain that may range from mild to severe
  • Fluid and tissue discharge from the vagina
  • Diarrhoea and vomiting
  • Severe and constant abdominal pain, usually on one side

However, in other cases, women might not experience any signs and symptoms of miscarriage.

Consult your gynaecologist and seek help in case you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above.

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Best healthcare centre for miscarriage treatment

Best healthcare centre for miscarriage treatment

Miscarriage is a traumatic and very sensitive phase for any woman, if you are seeking treatment help, then visit Pristyn Care to consult our gynaecologist, who will diagnose and plan a suitable treatment for miscarriage and also guide you for future pregnancy. Some of the reasons to choose Pristyn Care-

  • We work with some expert and highly experienced female gynaecologists capable of providing quality treatment for such sensitive health conditions.
  • Considering our patient’s concerns and hesitation, we assure 100% privacy and confidentiality throughout the consultation and treatment.
  • We are associated with multiple gyne clinics and hospitals in almost all the major cities of India. 
  • We provide free follow-up consultations to ensure a complete and smooth recovery.
  • No-Cost EMI service along with multiple payment options, including- cash, debit card, credit card and cheque. 
  • Free pick-and-drop service to and from the hospital, along with complimentary meals on the day of surgery.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Miscarriage

Diagnosis and Treatment of Miscarriage

Diagnosis of Miscarriage

Doctors may prescribe any of the following diagnostic tests to identify the type of miscarriage and the severity of the condition. 

  • Blood test- It is usually performed to check the level of human gonadotropin (hCG). hCG is a pregnancy hormone produced by the placenta during pregnancy. hCG level is usually high in pregnancy however, any abnormal changes in the level of hCG can indicate a sign of miscarriage.
  • Pelvic exam- This test is usually prescribed to check the cervix thinning or any opening.
  • Ultrasound- This test involves sound waves to produce images of the internal structure of your body that provides you valuable information for diagnosing the miscarriage and directing a treatment procedure.
  • Tissue test- In miscarriage, women usually pass vaginal tissue, hence doctors inoculate these tissues to ensure the miscarriage condition. 
  • Chromosomal test- This test is prescribed if you had previous one or two miscarriages to check for any chromosomal abnormalities.

Treatment of Miscarriage-

In some cases of complete miscarriage, the uterus itself expels all the fetal tissues. However, if the body doesn’t remove all the pregnancy tissues, then the doctor recommends the removal of pregnancy tissues either with medication or surgery, depending on the severity of the condition. 

  • Medication- 

Medication is usually prescribed if you had a miscarriage before 10 weeks of pregnancy to expel the pregnancy tissue and placenta. Misoprostol and ibuprofen are two effective medicines that stimulate the uterus to expel the pregnancy tissue. They also help in reducing cramps, nausea, vomiting and chills. However, after medication, you may experience heavy bleeding, which indicates the treatment has been effective. 

  • Surgical treatment-

Surgery is quite an effective treatment for miscarriage in the later weeks. Dilation and curettage (D&C) is the surgical procedure performed to expel the pregnancy tissues from the birth canal. In this procedure, doctors give methotrexate to dilate the cervix completely, and after that surgeon uses a curette to remove all the tissues from the uterine cavity and clear the uterine lining.

Different types of miscarriage and its treatment:

Different types of miscarriage and its treatment:

Different types of miscarriage and their treatment procedure:

Complete miscarriage- Complete miscarriage does not require any specific treatment as the uterus itself expels all the pregnancy tissues from the uterine cavity. Doctors suggest an ultrasound to ensure a complete miscarriage.  

Missed miscarriage- It is also known as a silent miscarriage. In this type of miscarriage, the body is unable to recognize the pregnancy loss and can’t expel the pregnancy tissues. Missed miscarriage is usually treated by either medication or surgery. Medication is suggested to speed up the natural process. But if the medication is not successful, then the doctor suggests surgery to expel the complete pregnancy tissues. Doctors suggest an ultrasound to confirm the complete miscarriage. 

Recurrent miscarriage- The most commonly identified cause of recurrent miscarriage is often associated with chromosomal abnormalities and hormonal disorders. Recurrent miscarriage treatment involves- lifestyle changes, medication like low-dose aspirin, injectable blood thinners and surgery, depending on the condition.

How to prepare for D&C surgery for miscarriage treatment?

How to prepare for D&C surgery for miscarriage treatment?

Your doctor is likely to suggest a list of ways to prepare you well for the surgery treatment- 

  • Discuss all your medications, supplements and herbal potions with your doctor. You might need to stop a few medications before the surgery that can potentially increase the risk of blood loss during the surgery procedure.   
  • Avoid drinking and eating anything at least 4-6 hours before the surgery, as it may increase the risk of anesthesia-related complications. 
  • Doctors are likely to suggest managing your BP and sugar level before the surgery for positive outcomes.
  • Bring some loose cotton clothes to change into after the surgery
  • Carry some soft sanitary pads to use after surgery for vaginal bleeding.

Recovery tips after D&C surgery for miscarriage?

Recovery tips after D&C surgery for miscarriage?

Some tips for quicker recovery after the D&C surgery-

  • Avoid smoking as it can potentially increase the risk of chest and wound infection during the recovery. Infection can delay the healing process.
  • Avoid sex, tampons and douching as they can increase the risk of microbial infection into the uterus and can potentially cause infection.
  • It is quite common to experience mild cramping and light bleeding for a few days, if you feel uncomfortable, then consult your doctor, he/she likely to suggest a pain reliever.

How to prevent miscarriage?

How to prevent miscarriage?

You can not prevent a miscarriage if it is caused by chromosomal abnormalities and hormonal disorders. However, you can adopt some lifestyle changes to increase the chances of a healthy pregnancy. 

  • Eat a healthy diet with a good amount of folic acid and calcium. Folic acid helps prevent neural tube defects during the early stage of pregnancy. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. They provide vitamins and minerals as well as fibre which help in digestion. 
  • Exercise regularly to boost your immunity and energy levels. It will also regulate your metabolism and improve your stamina. Regular exercise reduces the risk of pregnancy complications.
  • Avoid smoking, as nicotine has an adverse effect on the nervous system of the mother. However, some studies suggest smoking during pregnancy can cause tissue damage in the fetus too.
  • Go for regular prenatal checkups to reduce the risk of complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Limit your caffeine intake. However, an excess amount of caffeine during pregnancy can constrict the blood vessels in the placenta and the uterus, which reduces the blood supply to the fetus and inhibits its growth.
  • Discuss your medical history and all the medications you take to avoid any risks and complications during pregnancy.

What questions do I need to ask my gynaecologist before miscarriage treatment?

What questions do I need to ask my gynaecologist before miscarriage treatment?

Before undergoing miscarriage treatment, it is very important to get aware of the treatment procedure and the risk & complications associated with the treatment. You should ask the following questions to your gynaecologist to understand the treatment procedure-

  • What are the treatment options for miscarriage?
  • What are the chances of successful future pregnancy?
  • How can I prevent miscarriage in the future?
  • Can miscarriage treatment affect my fertility?
  • What is the recovery period after the miscarriage treatment?
  • When can I plan the next pregnancy?
  • How long do I bleed after a miscarriage?
  • What should I avoid during a miscarriage?
  • What will happen to my body after miscarriage treatment?
  • What are the side effects of medication treatment for miscarriage?
  • What precautions do I need to take after the surgical treatment of miscarriage?
  • What things can cause a miscarriage in the first 8 weeks?

FAQs Around Miscarriage Treatment

Can I get pregnant after miscarriage treatment?

Yes, you can ovulate and become pregnant after miscarriage treatment. However, take your time to heal physically and emotionally after a miscarriage and consult your gynaecologist for guidance.

Which treatment is more effective for miscarriage- medication or surgery?

The treatment procedure usually depends on at which stage of your pregnancy you experience a miscarriage. Medication is usually suggested when you lose pregnancy in the early stage. While surgery is performed in later stages to expel the pregnancy tissue from the uterine cavity. While some cases of complete miscarriage uterus itself expel all the pregnancy tissue and hence,  does not require any specific treatment.

How much time off is required after miscarriage surgery?

You can resume your everyday activities within two to three days. In some cases, women experience painful cramping, but that will fade away within a week. But you may need to take some precautions after the surgery for a quick recovery.

When can I expect to get my period after miscarriage?

Your usual menstrual cycle may return within four to six weeks, but the time can vary for each woman. Your period might be heavier, longer and more painful than usual with more clotting. 

Are there any risks and complications involved in D&C?

Mostly, the D&C procedure is safe, but like any other surgery treatment, it is also associated with certain risks and complications-

  • Uterine bleeding
  • Perforation of the uterine wall or bowel
  • Uterine infection
  • Scar tissue may develop inside the uterus
What is the Miscarriage Treatment Cost in India?

The average cost of miscarriage treatment (D&E) in India ranges between Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000.


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