Incomplete abortion is a pregnancy that is associated with vaginal bleeding, dilatation of the cervical canal, and passage of products of conception.
When the entire products of conception are not expelled, instead a part of it is left inside the uterine cavity, it is called incomplete abortion.
Is name given to abortion where the uterus retains part or the entire placenta. Bleeding may occur because part of the placenta may adhere to the uterine wall and the uterus does not contract to seal the large blood vessels that feed the placenta.
A missed abortion is a miscarriage in which your fetus didn’t form or has died, but the placenta and embryonic tissues are still in your uterus. It’s known more commonly as a missed miscarriage. It’s also sometimes called a silent miscarriage.
Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) is heavy bleeding after birth. PPH can be primary or secondary:
• Primary PPH is when you lose 500ml (a pint) or more of blood within the first 24 hours after the birth of your baby. Primary PPH can be minor, where you lose 500–1000ml (one or two pints), or major, where you lose more than 1000ml (more than two pints).
• Secondary PPH occurs when you have abnormal or heavy vaginal bleeding between 24 hours and 12 weeks after the birth.
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Medical termination of pregnancy in combination with mifepristone
Medical abortion (termination) is a procedure that uses medication to end a pregnancy. A medical abortion doesn’t require surgery or anesthesia and can be started either in a medical office or at home with follow-up visits to your doctor. It’s safer and most effective during the first trimester of pregnancy.