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Treatment of miscarriage

Unfortunately, nothing can prevent a miscarriage from happening once it has started. How it is treated will depend on the type of miscarriage.

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What happens after miscarriage

There are a number of things you may need to consider after a miscarriage.

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Molar pregnancy

A molar pregnancy is a type of pregnancy where a baby does not develop. A molar pregnancy can be either complete or partial.

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What really happens during a miscarriage

Understand what actually happens during a miscarriage and what you might see and feel. Please be warned that this article contains some graphic descriptions.

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Types of miscarriage

There are several types of miscarriage – threatened, inevitable, complete, incomplete or missed.

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Dilatation and curettage (D&C)

A D&C is an operation to lightly scrape the inside of the uterus (womb).

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Dilatation and curettage (D&C) - Better Health Channel

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The Pink Elephants Support Network - Miscarriage Treatment and Procedures

Early pregnancy loss is such an individual experience, that the treatment and procedures around it are different for everybody

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Molar pregnancy - Better Health Channel

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