Shld you be examined after a miscarriage? I went to hospital yesterday morning with bleeding, nd was tld my levels dropped nd I was miscarring , and there's nothing they can do nd sent me home and follow-up with my doctor today which I had a scheduled appointment with for an ultrasound. I told her I miscarried all she said was its POSSIBLE our chromosomes didn't match now shouldn't one of them done an exam I mean I still don't know or understand why I miscarried. I mean it's devastating to me I've been dealing with this infertility issue for 8 years nf I finally get pregnant nd I miscarried??? I just wanna understand what's going on
An examination and an ultrasound scan will help determine whether you have miscarried and whether the miscarriage is complete or partial. Also to determine the cause of miscarriage, various tests need to be done. I can imagine that it must be hard for you. For further treatment you should get in touch with an infertility expert.
Hope this helps.
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