Should I Be Concerned

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Linda - January 31

I had a m/c last Weds. (Jan 26th) which was a very devastating event. I ended up at the Emergency room and passed out on the floor - to wake up to blood, etc. all over the place. I went to an Early Pregnancy Complications clinic the next day where they performed u/s, internal exam, etc. There was a bit of "product" still left in my uterus and when given the option, I opted to let it all occur naturally (to eliminate everything). Today I'm back at work and currently experiencing some cramping (which I have been all along), headache, I seem to have a fever (don't have a thermometer with me), and strange aches in my shoulder blade, etc. Should I be concerned?

 

Karen - January 31

Maybe 'concerned' is a bit strong, but you must see a doctor. He or she will quickly be able to tell if you have an infection, and if so might give you antibiotics, or advise you to have a D&C to remove all risks of complications. But only a doctor can really tell what is wrong with you. Anyway, you shouldn't be at work if you are feeling unwell, so take it easy for a couple of days.

 

tara - February 1

If you have a fever it could be a sing of infection due to some of the remaining products in your utrus. This should be checked out by a doctor for proper treatment if needed. all the best to you... oh, and try to go home to rest if you can.

 

Hannah - February 6

Pain in shoulder could be eptopic pregnancy, get checked out. And don't rush back to work too soon, Good luck.

 

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