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How long are you hospitolized after miscarrage
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You not hospitalized, unless there are complications which are rare for the most part.  Your your fear hospitalization your need to talk with your doctor.
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628735 tn?1273875777
are you talking about after having a D&C? i was home the same day
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623156 tn?1322865851
I had a d and c and I was sent home that same day. I was in recovery for a few hrs. I agree with Mialvan you are not usually hospitalized unless there are major complications and depending how far along you are. Blood loss would be the reason most likely you would be! Take care.....
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609020 tn?1285350877
It depends on how far along you were- I was 16 weeks and was induced.  That took 12 hours before I delivered my son- then had to go to emergency surgery.  I ended up being in the hospital for almost 2 day.  I lost a lot of blood.  How far along were you?
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well i had a miscarriage at 6 weeks and i was only 16 years old i didnt know what to do when a blood clot came out. I went straight to hospital with my friend my family didnt know i was pregnant. The hospital confirmed i had miscarried then i had a d and c and then they sent me home straight away. They treated me really badly and i think it was because i was only 16. well im 17 now. And yes i was only in hospital a day.
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