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How to help pass a miscarriage
I know that i am having a miscarriage for the past 3 days. I cant seem to pass the bulk of it. I really dont want to go to a doctor or the ER for insurance and budget reasons. Is there anything i can do ie: over the counter treatments, home remedies or anything to help it pass quicker? Thank you for any kind of help!
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You need to go to the doctor.  Sometimes everything does not pass on its own and a d&c is required.  The other posters are right.  You are running a huge risk to your future fertility.  A m/c is a very serious medical problem and only a doctor can tell you if everything has passed or some tissue remains.  If money is a problem, you can still go to the ER.  Hospitals are not allowed to deny treatment to anyone.
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Sorry you are having to go through this. How far along are you? I have never had a miscarriage, but I think you should go to the doctors to get checked out. If you are going to try and get pregnant again, I would definately go see your doctor just to make sure eveything is okay.

My friend had a miscarriage, she just waited for the process to happen. I haven't heard of anything to help the process along....sorry :(
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You really really need to go to the dr!!!!  You are risking infection and possible future damage to your uterus and body!
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Hi, im not sure where you are from, but in Ireland, pregnancy treatment, and all that goes with it, including m/c treatment is free. are you sure it isnt the same where you are? and I had a m/c in 2005, a complete one where it bled right out, I still needed the dr to check I didnt need a d&c though. and had to stay in hospital even though I was only pregnant for 5w5d. best of luck, hope you are  ok.x
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I'm sorry to hear that you are m/c.  Are you very far along?  Some gals barely bleed and some have big clots.  I did with mine but was 11 weeks along.  You don't have alot of tissue to pass, just some gray tissue, and I passed my sac, but mostly had big blood clots.  Some gals only have a slightly heavier period though.  So I wasn't sure how you knew if you had not passed it all yet, have you been bleeding and are your levels dropping?  I bled heavy with my first son for several days, and was fine, went on to have a healthy pregnancy andhtey never did know why I bled.  I agree that you should call your Dr. and talk to them about what's going on, you can always make payments.  Better to be safe than to have a big problem later tha will cost way more and may affect your ability to have a baby later on.
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