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[건강톡톡] “Sudden separation from the fetus”… When should I try to conceive again after a ‘miscarriage’?

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There is a high chance of miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy. According to the Korean Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 80% of spontaneous abortions occur within 12 weeks. A continuous abortion, a type of spontaneous abortion, is when the fetus remains in the womb after death with the cervical canal closed. If you become a mountain streamer, you have to take good care of your body and mind before returning to your daily life. Learn about the mountain stream with Hidak experts.

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Q. I’m worried that miscarriage tends to occur in the early stages of pregnancy.

The frequency of miscarriage is about 10 to 15% of pregnancies, and it can be said that it occurs about 1 in 6 pregnancies. This number increases as the mother gets older.
– Hidak Obstetrics and Gynecology Consulting Doctor Kwon So-young (Leeds Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic)

Q. Can I have a sudden miscarriage without any symptoms?
Even if the fetus dies during a miscarriage, most cases do not show any symptoms, so it is often detected during regular check-ups. Most of the causes are chromosomal abnormalities or abnormalities in the fertilized egg, so it is not a miscarriage due to the mother’s fault.
– Hidak Obstetrics and Gynecology Consulting Doctor Sang-in Shim (Hansarang Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic)

Q. Do I have to have surgery if I have a miscarriage?
When the fetus dies, it may come out of the womb on its own after a few days or weeks. However, it is accompanied by severe lower abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding, and when the fetus will be delivered is unpredictable. In some cases, it does not come out and causes inflammation inside, leading to sepsis or severe endometritis.

Therefore, it is best for maternal health to have curettage surgery as soon as possible after diagnosis of a miscarriage.
– Hidak Obstetrics and Gynecology Consulting Doctor Sang-in Shim (Hansarang Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic)

Q. It has been two weeks since I had the curettage surgery due to a miscarriage, and the result of the pregnancy test came out positive. Is there any chance of pregnancy?
For about two to three weeks after surgery, pregnancy hormones remain in the body and may be marked as positive. After 4 weeks, you may rarely have hormones left in your body, but not enough to respond to a urine test.

For reference, normal ovulation is possible 2-3 weeks after surgery, so if you have a relationship, you may become pregnant. However, it is recommended to avoid intercourse after surgery for at least 4 weeks. Before that, there is a risk of infection, and having sex before you fully recover can cause inflammation.
– Hidak Obstetrics and Gynecology Consultant Kim Jong-ho (Loan Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic)

Q. What are the precautions after sofa surgery?
After curettage surgery, bleeding similar to menstruation lasts for about a week with some breast pain, and then the first menstruation begins 4-6 weeks after ovulation is restored. For two weeks after surgery, which is prone to inflammation, it is recommended to avoid excessive exercise, sexual intercourse, and bathing, and to consume a diet that is easy to digest to avoid constipation or diarrhea. Also, avoid drinking alcohol or excessive fatty foods while taking antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs prescribed after surgery.
– Hidak Obstetrics and Gynecology Consulting Doctor Miji Kang (Yeonopi Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic)

* This article has been reconstructed from a Hidak expert’s answer.

Help = Hidak Consultant Doctor So-Young Kwon (obstetrician-gynecologist at Leeds Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic), Hidak Consultant Doctor Sang-in Shim (Obstetrician at Hansarang Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic), Hidak Consultant Doctor Jong-ho Kim (Obstetrician at Roan Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic), Hidac Consultant Mi-ji Kang (Yeonopi Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist)

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